"I'm really excited about our tight end group," Reich told reporters on the last day of mandatory minicamp, via Andrew Walker of the Colts' official website. "I obviously knew Jack. I knew what a good player Jack was. But getting him and Ebron together has been good."
The 6-foot-6, 262-pound Doyle comes off a Pro Bowl season after producing career highs in catches (80) and yards receiving (690). Doyle, who averages 8.5 yards per catch on his career, could serve as the safety valve.
And Reich appears pleased with the collective 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 group is one. Getting to know those guys who I hadn't known before, there's some talent there."