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Kevin Hickey

WATCH: Colts’ Drew Ogletree runs bases at charity softball game

Indianapolis Colts second-year tight end Andrew Ogletree has been working his way back from the torn ACL that claimed his rookie season before it even began in 2021.

The former sixth-round pick tore the ligament during joint training camp practices with the Detroit Lions roughly 11 months ago and wasn’t spotted working out during the spring.

However, he seems pretty close to a return considering the fact that he hit an inside-the-park home run at Quenton Nelson’s charity softball game.

There’s even video proof from The Athletic’s James Boyd showing the strong movements of the second-year tight end.

Ogletree most likely wouldn’t have been able to play in this softball game without being cleared by the Colts training staff so this is a good sign that he’ll be ready for training camp—or at least shortly after it opens.

The Colts have a crowded tight end room entering camp with several spots up for grabs. Ogletree is certainly in the mix, and he’ll have a chance to make his mark when the team returns to Westfield on July 26.

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