Colts’ Andrew Ogletree may have significant knee injury

Indianapolis Colts rookie tight end Andrew Ogletree may have suffered a signficant knee injury during joint training camp practice Wednesday with the Detroit Lions.

The sixth-round pick, who has been one of the biggest stars of camp, went down early in practice with a non-contact knee injury. He had to get helped off the field, and it was clear he couldn’t put a lot of weight on his right leg.

Head coach Frank Reich said after practice that the injury didn’t look good and while they will get an MRI, it appears to be a significant injury.

We shouldn’t jump to conclusions when it comes to the injury until more information is given following the MRI results, but the Colts may be down a tight end if the injury is significant.

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