According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Cowboys have agreed to a one-year deal to keep one of their wide receivers.
The Cowboys have agreed to terms with free agent wide receiver Kevin Ogletree on a one-year deal.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 16, 2012
Ogletree finished the 2011 season with 15 catches for 164 yards. He also returned two punts and six kick-off returns for a total of 149 yards. He had previously visited the New York Giants earlier in free agency, but decided to come back to Dallas.
Contract figures haven't been announced, but it's hard to see how this carries much risk for the Cowboys. At worst, Ogletree's another body on the roster for 2012. At best, he makes some solid contributions on offense and special teams.
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