Wide receiver Kevin Ogletree made his mark as a Dallas Cowboy when he caught eight passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns during the 2012 NFL Kickoff game versus the Giants. And that's all Ogletree will be remembered for in Dallas (at least, fondly). He didn't do much of anything for the rest of the season, and now he is a part of the Buccaneers. The Bucs signed the 25-year-old on Thursday in a move that was first reported by Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. Terms of the deal have not yet been announced. After that Week 1 explosion, Ogletree played 14 games and caught 24 passes for 323 yards.
I'm kind of interested to see what the Bucs gave to Ogletree considering he basically had one good game before falling off the map. He will be the team's third WR, at best, at the open of next season, which is kind of where he was slotted with the Cowboys. But we all know that game against New York was a gigantic fluke. He has no fantasy value. The Cowboys can easily replace him with Dwayne Harris and/or Cole Beasley.