Andrew Ogletree, TE (IND)

Making strong impression in camp

Ogletree is moving up the depth chart, earning a good amount of starting reps in recent training camp practices, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports.

Ogletree is seen having a strong camp so far while Jelani Woods and Kylen Granson have struggled at times. Ogletree is a sixth-round 2022 draft pick and operates in a run-first offense, so it's hard to get too excited after a few positive practice reports. However, Mo Alie-Cox isn't an established starting tight end and others at the position don't have much experience, so Ogletree's progress this preseason is worth watching.

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Matt Ryan

Matt Ryan

QB | IND

On pace to play Saturday

Ryan is slated to log about one quarter of action during Saturday's preseason contest at Buffalo, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.

Parris Campbell

Parris Campbell

WR | IND

Returns to limited practice

Campbell (hamstring) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, going through 7-on-7 drills with his teammates, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.

Keke Coutee

Keke Coutee

WR | IND

May have lead on No. 5 WR role

Coutee got the starting reps in place of an injured Parris Campbell during Monday's practice and is listed as Campbell's backup on the Colts' initial preseason depth chart, 107.5 FM The Fan Indianapolis reports.

Shaquille Leonard

Shaquille Leonard

LB | IND

No timeline to return

Leonard (back) still doesn't have a timeline to return to action, but the Colts expect him to be available this season, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports.

Alec Pierce

WR | IND

Running with starters

Pierce has mostly worked with the first-team offense in training camp, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports.

Jelani Woods

TE | IND

Struggling early in camp

Woods has "looked lost at times" during training camp and is "probably coming a long a little slower" than the Colts expected, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports.