TE - FA
Week 3 Outlook
Jack Doyle announced his retirement today after nine seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.
Doyle released a statement stating his primary reason for retiring is physical health while also expressing his gratefulness to the city of Indianapolis. Mo-Allie Cox is headed for free agency so the tight end landscape for the Colts will look much different for 2023.
Jack Doyle caught one of two targets for 11 yards on Sunday as the Colts were upset by the Jaguars by a 26-11 score in Week 18 action.
Doyle was back on the field for the last game of the season after missing most of the previous contest with a knee issue. The veteran tight end finishes the year with 29 catches on 41 targets with three touchdown grabs.
Colts tight end Jack Doyle (knee, ankle) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Doyle logged a full practice session on Friday after logging two consecutive absences. The Colts' offense could take a step back this week with Carson Wentz on the COVID-19 reserve list. If Doyle suits up, fantasy managers should view him as a mid-range TE3.
Jack Doyle exited Saturday's Week 16 win at Arizona in the first half due to ankle and knee injuries, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports.
Doyle was injured in the first quarter and wasn't targeted prior to his departure. Fantasy managers should keep an eye on updates concerning the veteran tight end and if he can not play in Week 17 look for Mo Alie-Cox and Kylen Granson to see more action.
Jack Doyle caught his only target for no yardage on Saturday night as the Colts defeated the Patriots by a 27-17 score in Week 15 action.
Doyle has seen only two passes over the last two games as the team has relied on the running game. The veteran tight end remains at the top of the depth chart but does not see enough targets to be worth rostering in standard fantasy leagues.