Time Is Now

"He can run, he's quick, and he's smart," Robinson said. "He understands the position. He's got tools. He's got to use those and develop consistency and accountability to where he can be counted on by his teammates and his coaches."

Head coach Jason Garrett expects Ogletree to be ahead of the pack because he is the most experienced receiver competing for the third position. Rookies Dwayne Harris, Manuel Johnson and Raymond Radway are currently the frontrunners challenging Ogletree for snaps on offense as well as special teams.

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