The Colts still have a few weaknesses on their roster, but the tight end position is not one of them.
Indianapolis already had a strong tight end room heading into the offseason with Jack Doyle, Ross Travis, and a potentially healthy Erik Swoope. But general manager Chris Ballard picked up another weapon to add to the depth chart in free agent Eric Ebron.
Frank Reich’s offenses historically like to feature multiple tight ends, and the Eagles had a ton of success with that strategy last season riding it all the way to the Super Bowl.
Zach Ertz had a career year as the Eagles’ top tight end with 824 receiving yards on 74 catches with 8 touchdowns.
Philadelphia spread the ball around to their other tight ends as well.

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