Dwayne Allen practices in full, improving fantasy value

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Allen is healthy and ready to go to start the season.

Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen practice in full on Monday and increased his chances of playing in Sunday's opener, according to Tom James of the Terre Haute Tribune-Star.

Allen outperformed Coby Fleener as a rookie and could be the Colts' top option at tight end again in 2013 if he stays healthy.

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Fantasy spin: Allen is a low-end No. 1 fantasy tight end in deeper leagues and a quality No. 2 tight end. He appears to be healthy and ready to go for the start of his sophomore season, and as long as it stays that way he should be a decent fill-in option at tight end most weeks.

Andrew Luck is primed to take a huge step forward in his second season in the NFL, and Allen could be one of the beneficiaries of Luck's development.

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