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INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle announced his retirement Monday in a statement released on twitter.

Doyle was local product who graduated from Cathedral High School. He played in 131 games with the Colts, starting in 84 of them. He retires with 295 catches for 2,729 yards and 24 touchdowns.

“Last but not least, thank you to the amazing fans. I know from my personal childhood experience and into my own career that Colts Nation is a special breed,” said Doyle in his retirement statement.

“Jack is a consummate pro in every sense, and it was a privilege to serve as his coach,” said Colts head coach Frank Reich. “His contributions on the field are obvious, but he made just as much of an impact off the field. He was a leader, a team captain, and one of the hardest workers at practice and in the film room. We had ultimate trust in Jack to perform and execute at the highest level in any situation both offensively and on special teams. He was one of our most dependable players. Jack’s value to this organization will be hard to replace. I congratulate him on a spectacular career and I wish him the best along with his wife, Casie, and his sons, Ronan and Henry.”