Aug. 5 (UPI) -- Tight end Colin Jeter has reached an injury settlement with the Indianapolis Colts.
The franchise announced the move on Friday and waived Jeter on July 30. Jeter passed through waivers before landing on the Colts' injured reserve list. He was removed from the list as a result of the settlement.
The 6-foot-6, 251 pound LSU product signed with the Colts on May 4 as an undrafted free agent. He participated in the Colts' 2017 offseason program and three-day rookie minicamp. Jeter had 23 catches for 289 yards and two scores in 35 games for the Tigers. He started 17 college contests. The 22-year-old was sitting behind Jack Doyle on the Colts' depth chart, along with Erik Swoope, Brandon Williams, Mo Alie-Cox and Darrell Daniels.
On Wednesday, the Colts signed free agent tackle Arturo Uzdavinis and waived tackle Jerry Ugokwe. Ugokwe has spent time with the Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears and Houston Texans.
Indianapolis signed free agent tight end Steven Wroblewski and waived injured tight end Mo Alie-Cox on Saturday.
The Colts have an open practice Sunday at training camp in Indianapolis. They battle the Detroit Lions on Aug. 13 in their first preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium.