The Colts have brought back all three of their restricted free agents.
Indianapolis announced on Monday that tight end Mo Alie-Cox has signed his restricted free agent tender, putting him under contract with the club for 2021. The Colts gave Alie-Cox a second-round tender, which means he’ll earn a $3.384 million salary in 2021.
Alie-Cox originally signed with the Colts as an undrafted free agent out of Virginia Commonwealth in 2017. He’s since appeared in 40 games with nine starts. He caught a career-high 31 passes for 394 yards with two touchdowns in 2020.