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Colts' Drew Ogletree: Blanked despite significant role
Ogletree saw one target on 26 offensive snaps in Sunday's 31-28 overtime win at Tennessee but did not catch the pass.
Despite pacing the Colts' tight ends in snaps in Week 13, Ogletree did not register in the box score. Although he has a dismal 50-percent catch rate, he's actually been relatively efficient on the few targets (18) he's drawn through nine games this season. Even so, he's on the heavy end (260 lbs.) even by tight end standards, so it makes some sense that Indianapolis has deployed him mostly as a blocker this year and will likely continue to do so for the foreseeable future.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Practices in full Thursday
Ogletree (foot) was a full participant at practice Thursday.
As suspected, Ogletree is back to 100 percent after he sat out of the Colts' last two games tending to a foot injury he sustained in Week 9 at Carolina. When he steps back into game action in Week 13, it will be as a member of a jumbled tight-end committee in which 2021 fourth-rounder Kylen Granson and potentially Will Mallory are the likeliest to draw targets.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Seemingly back to full strength
Ogletree (foot) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's practice estimate, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.
The "full" listing would suggest Ogletree should be ready to return to action Sunday against the Titans after sitting out of Indianapolis' last two games. If available this weekend, Ogletree would likely be part of a messy three- or four-headed committee at tight end including Kylen Granson, Will Mallory and Mo Alie-Cox. Ogletree has handled snap shares north of 50 percent in just three of his eight appearances to date, stringing together a 9-147-2 receiving line on 17 targets.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Remains out against Bucs
Ogletree (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.
Ogletree has been sidelined since Week 9. With the rookie tight end sidelined, Indianapolis' depth chart at the position will consist of Kylen Granson, Mo Alie-Cox and Will Mallory on Sunday. Ogletree missed all three of Indianapolis' practices heading into Week 12, but he'll hope to resume practicing ahead of the team's Week 13 trip to Tennessee.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Missing another practice
Ogletree (foot) was not spotted at the early portion of Thursday's practice, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.
Ogletree looks on track to sit out another practice, though Thursday's session may well only be a walkthrough. The tight end hasn't played since Week 9, and though Indianapolis is coming off a bye, Ogletree may still require more time to get healthy. If he can't suit up against the Buccaneers on Sunday, Kylen Gransonand Mo Alie-Cox will stand to handle increased reps.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Not practicing
Ogletree (foot) isn't practicing Wednesday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.
Ogletree missed the Colts' final game before a Week 11 bye and isn't ready for practice after the layoff. Another absence Sunday against Tampa Bay would leave more snaps for teammates Kylen Granson, Mo Alie-Cox and Will Mallory.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Logs another DNP
Ogletree (foot) did not practice Thursday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.
Ogletree exited Sunday's game against the Panthers with the foot injury and will need at least another day to recover before returning to the field. He'll have another opportunity to do so Friday ahead of the team's Week 10 matchup with the Patriots in Germany. If the Youngstown State product is unable to suit up, Will Mallory could see extra snaps in the contest.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Won't travel to Frankfurt
Ogletree (foot) won't play in Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Ogletree will have to sit out at least one game as he recovers from the foot injury he sustained in Week 9 at Carolina. Mo Alie-Cox will likely see an uptick in snaps in Ogletree's absence.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Estimated as 'DNP' Wednesday
Ogletree (foot) was listed as a nonparticipant on the Colts' practice estimate Wednesday.
Ogletree was forced out of Sunday's game at Carolina early with a foot injury, which is now also keeping him sidelined to begin Indianapolis' new week of practice. He'll probably have to return to practice Thursday or Friday to give himself a chance to play in Week 10.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Doesn't return Sunday
Ogletree (foot) didn't return to Sunday's game against the Panthers, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Ogletree was considered questionable to return to Sunday's game after sustaining a foot injury, but he was unavailable down the stretch. Whether he'll be available next Sunday against New England remains to be seen.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Questionable to return
Ogletree is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Panthers due to a foot injury, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Ogletree reverted to a reserve role Sunday with Kylen Granson back in action. However, Ogletree still made a decent play before his exit, securing one of three targets for 19 yards. If he's unavailable down the stretch, Mo Alie-Cox could see increased snaps.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Just one reception in loss
Ogletree started at tight end and had one reception for 33 yards on three targets in Sunday's loss to New Orleans.
He was in the starting lineup a second consecutive game with Kylen Granson out with a concussion. Ogletree wasn't targeted in the Colts' last game despite starting, so this is an improvement. He led Indy tight ends in snaps on offense (38 of 71) and routes run (20), according to Pro Football Focus. However, Indianapolis throws few passes toward tight ends, making them not viable options for most fantasy formats.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: No targets despite start
Ogletree started at tight end but was not targeted in Sunday's loss to Cleveland.
Ogletree started at tight end with Kylen Granson out with a concussion and Jelani Woods (hamstring) still on injured reserve. He played on 42 of the offense's 70 snaps and went out on just 17 routes. Mo Alie-Cox had the only reception among tight ends in the loss, as they were needed as blockers against Cleveland's strong pass rush. Ogletree could be more active in the passing game next week against New Orleans, but he could also get less playing time if Granson or Woods is able to return to action.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: No receptions in loss
Ogletree had one target but no receptions in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville.
Ogletree played on just 27 of the offense's 75 snaps. He could get more work this week against Cleveland with Kylen Granson placed in the league's concussion protocol. However, the Colts continue divide the work in the passing game among multiple tight ends, giving them little fantasy value in most formats.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Back in game after shoulder injury
Ogletree exited Sunday's contest against the Titans with a shoulder injury and was initially deemed questionable to return, but he's since reentered the contest, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.
Ogletree briefly departed after hurting his shoulder in the first half but was able to return shortly thereafter. After scoring his first touchdown of the campaign in Week 4 against the Rams, the tight end had one reception for 13 yards Sunday before his brief exit.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Drew Ogletree: Catches first career TD
Ogletree had three receptions for 48 yards, including a five-yard touchdown, on four targets in Sunday's overtime loss to the Rams.
Ogletree and Mo Alie-Cox were the starters in a two-tight end set over Kylen Granson, but Granson played the most snaps on offense. Granson played 35 snaps, Ogletree had 28 snaps, and Alie-Cox played 17 snaps, but both Ogletree and Alie-Cox had touchdown receptions. The Colts divide the work in the passing game among three tight ends, and, despite the touchdown, it's not likely Ogletree will earn a larger role.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Andrew Ogletree: One reception in win
Ogletree had one reception for 11 yards on two targets in Sunday's overtime win at Baltimore.
Ogletree missed Week 2 in part after suffering a concussion in the season-opening loss to Jacksonville. He went out for a pass on just nine of 28 snaps and played fewer snaps than Kylen Granson (44) and only a few more than Mo Alie-Cox (25). None of the tight ends are major factors in the passing game, and Ogletree has been mostly used as a blocker.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Andrew Ogletree: Inactive for Week 2
Ogletree (coach's decision/concussion) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Colts.
Ogletree cleared concussion protocols Saturday and didn't have an injury designation, but he still won't suit up Sunday. In his absence, Mo Alie-Cox will presumably see more snaps behind Kylen Granson, but rookie fifth-round pick Will Mallory is also available to make his NFL debut.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-5, 260 lbs|
|Birthplace: Dayton, OH|
|School: Youngstown St.|