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Colts TE Kylen Granson (concussion) is out for Sunday’s game vs. the Saints. That leaves Andrew Ogletree as Indianapolis’ likely lead TE, but he’s not a realistic fantasy option.

Colts TE Kylen Granson (concussion) remained sidelined for Thursday's practice. He's a long shot to be cleared in time for Sunday's game vs. the Saints. Andrew Ogletree led Colts TEs in pass routes last week but didn't draw a target.

Colts TE Kylen Granson (concussion) is out for Sunday's game vs. the Browns. He's operated as the Colts' lead TE this season, registering a 62% route rate and 11.7% target share. Granson's absence leaves the Colts with TEs Andrew Ogletree, Will Mallory, and Mo-Alie Cox. Avoid the situation in Week 7 fantasy lineups.

Colts TE Kylen Granson (concussion) did not practice on Wednesday. He's unlikely to be cleared in time for Sunday's game vs. the Browns. Granson leads Colts TEs in route rate (62%) and targets (26). His absence would free up work for TEs Andrew Ogletree, Will Mallory, and Mo-Alie Cox. But none of those guys would be bankable fantasy plays.

Kylen Granson led Colts TEs with 3 targets in Sunday's win over the Titans, but he saw negative development for his role. Andrew Ogletree led the position in snaps, playing 40 to Granson's 26, according to Pro Football Focus. Granson still led in routes, but that lead shrank to 12-9 -- with TE Mo Alie-Cox adding 7 routes (before leaving with a concussion). That 42.9% route rate marked a second straight dip vs. 56.7% in Week 4 and 67.3% in Week 3. Ogletree added 2-16 receiving on 2 targets, and Alie-Cox caught his lone target for 17 yards. With TE Jelani Woods still due back from IR soon, it's tough to see any Colts TE as worth rostering in redraft leagues right now.

Colts WR Michael Pittman Jr. only caught 1 pass on 5 targets for 15 yards in Week 4 vs. the Rams. As disappointing of an outcome as that is, only one Indianapolis pass-catcher (TE Drew Ogletree) recorded more than 2 catches in this contest. The Colts were shut out in the first half and had to claw their way back to even force OT. Next week’s game vs. the Titans should produce much better results for Pittman Jr. and company.

Colts TE Kylen Granson was added to the injury report and is now questionable for Sunday's game vs. the Texans with a hamstring. Granson led Colts TEs in Week 1 with a 71% route rate and six targets. His absence would leave Indianapolis with TEs Mo Alie-Cox and Andrew Ogletree.

Per beat writer Kevin Bowen, the Colts have “mixed and matched a lot” with their TEs in training camp. Bowen mentioned a “rotation” of Mo Alie-Cox, Jelani Woods, Drew Ogletree, and Kylen Granson. “It’s difficult to see much separation so far,” Bowen concluded. We remain intrigued by Woods given his combo of size and athleticism. But this is a good reminder that he still needs to earn a role. The 24-year-old posted 25-312-3 as a rookie.

The Colts have been giving first-team reps to TE Drew Ogletree in early practices -- along with second-year TE Jelani Woods. The latter we expected to climb in offensive prominence this season. Ogletree also arrived in last year's draft (Round 6) after a quiet college career that saw him total 82 catches across three years at Division II Findlay and then one at FCS Youngstown State. Ogletree generated some mild buzz in last year's training camp but suffered an August knee injury that landed him on IR. Expect Woods to remain the clear leader among Colts in our TE rankings, but the playing-time distribution will be worth watching throughout the summer.

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