INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –Indianapolis Colts fans know tight end Jack Doyle is a "jack of all trades."
But teammate Pat McAfee isn't afraid to wear his love for No. 84 right on his chest.
The Colts punter sported a shirt this week that says "Jack Does Everything." McAfee said the shirt, which shows Doyle on different playing cards (all jacks, appropriately), shows how many different things the versatile tight end does for the team: score, catch, rush punts and block.
McAfee called Doyle the "Chuck Norris of the NFL." And he wasn't done gushing about fourth-year pro out of Western Kentucky.
"Jack Doyle is the jack of all trades. Jack does everything. My favorite is the jack of hearts, because Jack has a big old heart. He's a Hoosier," McAfee said.
Doyle, an Indianapolis native who graduated from Cathedral High School, has four touchdown receptions this season and has been a pleasant surprise for the Colts. He's caught 29 passes 282 yards and is tied with T.Y. Hilton for the team lead in receiving touchdowns.