Colts Tight End Jack Doyle Placed on Injured Reserve with Kidney Injury

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Colts Tight End Jack Doyle Placed on Injured Reserve with Kidney Injury

Head Coach Frank Reich said Monday Doyle took a hit to the back in the third quarter of Sunday's win over the Dolphins.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle is done for the remainder of the season.

Head Coach Frank Reich confirmed the injury in a press conference today the Indiana Farmers Football Complex in Indianapolis.

He said Doyle suffered the injury after taking a hit to the back in the third quarter of yesterday's game against the Miami Dolphins.

The Colts ended up winning that game 27-24. Doyle was able to catch a touchdown pass from Andrew Luck in the second quarter to put the Colts up 14-7 at that juncture.

Reich said Doyle's prognosis is good and that he is expected to be released from the hospital "soon."

Doyle is an Indianapolis-native who payed his high school football at Cathedral.

(PHOTO: Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

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