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Drew Ogletree is Back to Offseason Workouts With Team, Removed from Exempt List

Drew Ogletree (Via Colts/ Twitter)

Colts tight end Drew Ogletree has been removed from the commissioner’s exempt list and is now participating in offseason workouts with the team, general manager Chris Ballard announced Friday.

A judge in Hendricks County, Indiana, dismissed two felony charges last month related to a domestic violence investigation following a December arrest.

The charges against Ogletree were dismissed with prejudice, according to court records, and a no-contact order that had been imposed on Ogletree was canceled.

Drew Ogletree In Bills vs Colts (Via NFL/Twitter)

Prosecutors stated in court documents that the charges were dropped due to insufficient evidence.

Ogletree, a 2022 sixth-round pick, missed the final two games of last season after his December 29 arrest.

Drew Ogletree (Via Colts/ Twitter)

He was placed on the exempt list the following day, preventing him from playing or practicing with the team.

When asked if he was satisfied with his understanding of the Ogletree situation, Ballard responded that he was “absolutely comfortable with it.”

Ogletree missed his entire rookie season in 2022 due to a knee injury but returned to play in 12 games last season. He caught nine passes for 147 yards, including two touchdowns.

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