Veteran tight end Dwayne Allen is staying with the Colts.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Monday that the Colts and the veteran tight end have agreed on a four-year pact worth close to $30 million.
Allen didn’t do much in the pass catching department last season, as he was targeted just 29 times in 13 games, and finished with 16 receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown.
“From (owner) Jim Irsay and his family on down we are very pleased to announce the re-signing of Dwayne Allen,” Grigson said in a statement. “Besides the broad skill set and overall talent level he brings, Dwayne’s tenacity and physicality has always been what has set him apart from the beginning. His genuine love for the people of this community, its fans and for the game of football is what makes him special.”