Colts re-signed TE Jack Doyle to a three-year, $19 million contract with $9.5 million guaranteed.
Another $2 million is possible through incentives. A onetime fantasy punch line, Doyle emerged as the Colts' No. 1 tight end in the absence of Coby Fleener, out-playing Dwayne Allen in 2016. Doyle posted a 59/584/5 line to Allen's 35/406/6, and even earned better blocking grades from Pro Football Focus. Doyle's yardage and catches were both more than Allen has ever posted in a season. The Colts could create $2.937 million in cap space by cutting Allen. That would make Doyle a fantasy TE1. As of now, he's a matchup-dependent TE2.$19m-deal?ls=roto:NFL:topheadlines

Nice contract for a good player. Win-Win.