While it appears Kevin Ogletree will start his second straight game this week, and could even be the No. 1 receiver heading into Monday night's game, he'll be a tad lighter in the wallet.
Ogletree was fined $7,500 by the NFL this week for his facemask penalty against 49ers cornerback Tarell Brown last Sunday in San Francisco. The play occurred at the end of a 33-yard catch for Ogletree, his longest of his career. Ogletree was flagged 15 yards for the penalty, nearly cutting his big play in half.
The penalty occurred in the open field after Ogletree had caught a deep crossing route and had Brown on his back hip, but instead of trying to run away from him, Ogletree stiff-armed backwards and caught Brown's mask.
"I don't think I yanked him down," Ogletree said on Monday. "I think it was a discretion call. It is what it is. It didn't affect us in the long run, really. I don't know if we scored on that drive or not, but we won the game. That's the most important deal."
Ogletree will likely start again with Miles Austin (hamstring) not expected to play. There is a chance Dez Bryant (thigh bruise) misses another week, meaning Ogletree would be the most experienced receiver in this offense.