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The third wide receiver spot is wide open for Dallas heading into camp.
Only question is: Will this be the year Kevin Ogletree finally steps up and takes it?
Ever since Dallas signed the talented wideout from Virgina in 2009, all of the talk surrounding Ogletree was about how gifted he is. How he has the perfect body type for a receiver at 6'1", 190 pounds, his blazing fast 40 time at 4.36, and all of the potential he has to stretch the field.
The only thing is, none of that talent has come into fruition over the past three seasons.
Ogletree has recorded only 25 receptions for 294 yards over his career. Perhaps even more amazing is the fact that he hasn’t scored a touchdown in three years.
He has been equally inept in the return game, making little to no impact on special teams despite his natural abilities.
All of this has to change in 2012.
With the loss of Laurent Robinson in free agency, Dallas has a gaping hole in the third receiver slot. This is Ogletree's best chance to step up and grab it. However, if he doesn't seize the moment, this will be his last season in Dallas.