Ogletree tallied seven tackles in the Bears' 16-13 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. Ogletree posted his second-highest tackle total of the season, and he's averaging six tackles over the last six games. Although he's not a high-end IDP option, he's been showing a solid scoring floor.
Ogletree (ankle) was able to log a full practice Thursday. The linebacker improved upon his limited participation from Wednesday, setting him up to make his return Sunday against the Ravens after missing Week 9 with an ankle injury he apparently was able to overcome during the Week 10 bye. Ogletree will head into the contest against Baltimore with 41 tackles and three pass deflections thus far this season.
Ogletree (ankle) will not play in Monday's game against the Steelers. Ogletree was a non-participant at practice all week, so his questionable designation seemed a little optimistic when it was handed out. The Bears have ultimately opted to err on the side of caution with their starting inside linebacker. Look for Danny Trevathan to see an increased role as a result of his absence.
Ogletree (ankle) is officially questionable Monday against the Steelers. Ogletree hasn't practiced this week, which is usually a troublesome indicator for game day, but being listed questionable and with an extra day to prepare, he's looking like a true game-time decision. If Ogletree can't go, Danny Trevathan will likely see an increased workload.
Ogletree tallied 12 tackles in the Bears' 24-14 win over the Lions on Sunday. Coming into this game, Ogletree had just 12 tackles on the season, and he doubled his season output against Detroit. He'll remain a volatile lineup option in IDP leagues.
|* indicates player did not play that week|