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08/31/16 - TE Dwayne Allen continues to rest after suffering soreness in his hip. He is expected to sit out Thursday night's preseason game at Cincinnati (7:30 p.m. ET). Allen has had hip issues in the past and underwent surgery prior to last season to help alleviate the situation. The current hip issue is not thought to be serious and he is slated to start against Detroit on Sept. 11.
08/29/16 - TE Dwayne Allen sat out Monday's practice due to a sore hip. While the injury is not thought to be serious, Allen has had hip issues in the past that forced him to be extended playing time. He is not expected to play this week in the team's preseason finale at Cincinnati, but should be able to go against Detroit on Sept. 11.
06/01/16 - TE Dwayne Allen is out to prove that the decision to re-sign him over former Colts TE Coby Fleener was the correct one. The ex-Clemson standout has lost weight and has been playing with a bit of chip on his shoulder during the OTA practices. Allen, who had a goal-line offense touchdown catch during Tuesday's workout, is expected to be one of QB Andrew Luck's primary short-yardage and goal-line targets. He should also be a potential down the middle threat for the Indianapolis passing game.
03/07/16 - TE Dwayne Allen signed a contract extension with the Indianapolis Colts on Monday.
The team did not announce terms of the deal, but multiple media reports indicated that Allen received a four-year contract worth around $29 million.
Allen tweeted, "#Fourmoreyears #COLTSTRONG."
Colts general manager Ryan Grigson said in a statement, "We are very pleased to announce the re-signing of Dwayne Allen. Besides the broad skill set and overall talent level he brings, Dwayne's tenacity and physicality has always been what has set him apart from the beginning. His genuine love for the people of this community, its fans and for the game of football is what makes him special."
12/31/15 - TE Dwayne Allen (calf) was placed on injured reserve Thursday (Dec. 31). Allen's contract expires after the season, which means that he may have played his last game with the Colts if a new deal isn't worked out.