Former Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears tight end Trey Burton has agreed to a deal with the Indianapolis Colts just days after being released by the Bears.

The Colts are giving Burton a one-year deal for the league minimum, per Ian Rapaport of NFL Network. The move also reunites Burton with Colts head coach Frank Reich, who spent time together with the Eagles.

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Burton had developed into a solid No. 2 in Philadelphia behind Zach Ertz. He played in 15 games in both 2016 and 2017, throwing a touchdown to then-Eagles quarterback Nick Foles on the famous “Philly Special” play in Super Bowl 52.

The former Florida product cashed in on his upside, as the Bears signed him to a four-year deal in the spring of 2018. Though Burton would play in all 16 games and rack up 569 receiving yards in his first season with Chicago, injuries plagued his 2019 campaign. Burton played in just eight games and started in just five of those contests, hauling in 14 receptions for just 84 yards.

Chicago cut Burton despite owing him the $4 million guaranteed as well as dead cap money, freeing him up to sign with any team of his choice.

Indy seems like a good destination for Burton. Not only will he be reunited with Reich, but the Colts also use multiple tight-end sets and, and also have a veteran quarterback in Philip Rivers taking the reins for the 2020 season.

Eric Ebron became a Pro Bowl tight end with the Colts after a change of scenery. Perhaps Reich and the Colts can get the best out of Burton in Indianapolis.