Frank Reich ‘really excited’ about Colts’ tight ends

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich knows a thing or two about the tight end position.
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Before joining the Colts, Reich spent two seasons as an offensive coordinator in Philadelphia, where he had tight ends Zach Ertz, Trey Burton and Brent Celek, among others.

Ebron, who measures 6-foot-4, 253 pounds, provides a little more explosion and averages 11.1 yards per catch on his career. Ebron is also primed to play the role of Ertz, who is a focal point in the Eagles ‘ offense.

Outside of Doyle and Ebron, the Colts have Erik Swoope, Darrell Daniels, Ross Travis and Mo Alie-Cox battling for roster spots.

And Reich appears pleased with the collective Authentic Martin Jones Jersey group ahead of training camp.

The depth at tight end, the rest of those tight ends, really, I think have looked good, Reich told reporters. I think we could go position by position and show the positives, but I think the tight end Womens Russell Okung Jersey group is one. Getting to know those guys who I hadn’t known before, there’s some talent there.

It’ll take two years to get back to the NFL, Jones told ESPN. (NFL executives and coaches) are waiting to see that he’s taken care of his off-the-field problems.

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That group of NFL veterans offered more suggestions beyond pardons. They also called on Trump to eliminate life sentences without parole for nonviolent crimes (the type of sentence Johnson was serving before it was commuted), pointing out the stark difference between these types of sentences at the federal level — where nonviolent offenders make up 30 percent of the prisoners effectively jailed for the rest of their lives — and the state level, where that number is just two percent.

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