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Tight end Erik Swoope missed the entire 2017 season after undergoing a knee surgery in August. He has missed most of the offseason activities in Indianapolis thus far, but general manager Chris Ballard hopes Swoope can return in time for the beginning of training camp.
Swoope showed some major potential in 2016, but he’s been on the shelf ever since.
The tight end room in Indianapolis is extremely crowded with talented players, and Swoope needs to get on the field soon to prove he belongs with the likes of Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron.