"I cannot emphasize how strongly we feel about Ashton Dulin," coach Frank Reich said. "He's going to play a role in this offense. He's proven it. He's earned it.
"He's a playmaker. We love him. We're all planning on him making a significant contribution to not only special teams but to the offense this year."
Dulin's game was originally built on speed but he has added muscle to change his game and his style. Nate Atkins, the author of the story, said each day of Colts training camp so far has produced a “wow” play from Dulin. The Colts certainly aren't loaded at WR so Dulin has a chance to earn snaps going forward.