Colts’ Mo Alie-Cox attending Tight End U this summer

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Indianapolis Colts tight end Mo Alie-Cox is going back to school this summer.

Sort of.

As he steps into the starting tight end role in 2022 following the retirement of Jack Doyle, Alie-Cox understands the weight of the position he’s in. So furthering his development is the top priority over the summer.

That’s why Alie-Cox will be among those attending “Tight End U” this summer.

So it’s not so much a school as it is a camp being run by a pair of All-Pro tight ends in Travis Kelce and George Kittle. Their focus has been to help the development of tight ends across the league while sharing what they’ve learned over their careers.

Most of the schooling is spent breaking down film, running through drills and discussions about the different ways the position is played.

Alie-Cox has stepped into the TE2 role over the last two seasons but now is the leader in the room. He’s also the longest-tenured tight end in the room ahead of second-year Kylen Granson and rookies Jelani Woods and Andrew Ogletree.

In 2021, Alie-Cox recorded 24 receptions for 316 yards and four touchdowns.

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