The Giants waived a pair of veterans Thursday, releasing linebacker Terrell Manning and wide receiver Kevin Ogletree, per ProFootballTalk.com.
Manning appeared in one game for New York and three for the Bears last season, while Ogletree played for the Giants and Lions in 2014.
The Giants announced wide receiver Kevin Ogletree has been signed to a one-year deal Tuesday.
Ogletree appeared in seven games during the 2014 season and caught five passes for 50 yards
The Giants re-signed wide receiver Kevin Ogletree to a one-year deal, a source told Fox Sports.
Ogletree appeared in seven games during the 2014 season and caught five passes for 50 yards.
The Giants will sign wide receiver Kevin Ogletree, Pro Football Talk reports.
Ogletree will provide depth to the Giants' wide-receiver corps after Victor Cruz was lost for the season due to a Week 6 knee injury. Ogletree has caught 78 passes for 999 yards and six touchdowns in 62 games over five seasons.
The Lions have released wide receiver Kevin Ogletree, according to ESPN.
Ogletree had been inactive for the club's first two games this season. He caught eight balls last season with the Buccaneers.
The Lions' list of inactives for Week 2 at Carolina includes defensive back James Ihedigbo (neck), defensive back Don Carey (hamstring), offensive lineman LaAdrian Waddle (calf), quarterback Kellen Moore, defensive lineman Larry Webster, wide receiver Kevin Ogletree and wide receiver Ryan Broyles.
Moore, Webster, Ogletree and Broyles are all healthy scratches.
The Lions unveiled their inactives for Week 1 against the Giants. The following players were ruled inactive for the game: Kevin Ogletree, Ryan Broyles, Kellen Moore, Cornelius Lucas, Larry Webster, James Ihedigbo and Don Carey.
Lions receiver Kevin Ogletree has opened training camp by running with Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate on the first team, reports MLive.com. Ogletree took the lead for the No. 3 job with stellar play during OTAs and "several nice catches during minicamp," the report said.
"This is the biggest opportunity of my career," Ogletree said, "and it would be selfish of me not to indulge in it and bury myself in the playbook. Just overcommit myself to getting better every day.
"I've always felt confident about my game. But like I said, this is the biggest opportunity of my career. And there was no way I was going to mess this thing up."
Ogletree caught 13 passes for 199 yards and a touchdown after signing with Detroit for the final 12 games last year. He went through a grueling training program to get ready for 2014, the website said. While he lacks Johnson's size or Tate's speed, Ogletree "runs nice, consistent patterns and has had a knack for getting separation from defensive backs."
Ogletree also has had few, if any drops in camp, the website said.
The Lions official team website believes four receivers will compete for one roster spot in camp this summer. Kevin Ogletree, Kris Durham, rookie T.J. Jones and second-year wideout Corey Fuller are considered "leading candidates" for the job. Ogletree and Durham lead the way in terms of experience but Fuller and Jones are younger and might have more explosiveness to contribute.
The Lions have re-signed receiver Kevin Ogletree to a one-year deal, reports Pro Football Talk.
Ogletree had 21 catches for 269 yards and two touchdowns in 2013.
Lions pass catchers Kevin Ogletree, Nate Burleson and Joseph Fauria didn't play a big role Week 17.
Ogletree led the way for the club, picking up 75 yards on five catches. Burleson also caught five passes, and gained 64 yards. Fauria caught three passes for 20 yards.
The Lions received minor contributions from a few role players during Sunday's loss to the Giants in Week 16. Kevin Ogletree caught two passes for 29 yards and Kris Durham caught two passes for 14 yards. In the running game, Jeremy Ross took an endaround for a gain of 16 yards in a 23-20 overtime defeat.
Lions reserve receiver Kevin Ogletree saw a little bit of playing time on Thanksgiving, making a sensational 20-yard catch with one hand in the front right corner of the end zone for a touchdown. It was his lone opportunity to make a reception on the game.
Ogletree played in place of starter Kris Durham, who hurt his shoulder in the fourth quarter. The Lions play at the Eagles in Week 14.
Lions wide receivers Kevin Ogletree and Ryan Broyles each contributed two catches during a 27-24 loss Week 7 vs. Cincinnati. Ogletree totaled 50 yards, while Broyles had 16 yards.
Ogletree had the second-longest catch of the game for Detroit -- a 43-yard reception on a 3rd-and-20 play in the second half. Broyles was targeted on a 16-yard touchdown pass in the first half, but he was overthrown by quarterback Matthew Stafford.
The Lions are back in action Week 8 vs. Dallas.
With Lions receiver Pat Edwards being demoted to the practice squad, Kevin Ogletree could become the team's top vertical threat opposite Calvin Johnson, according to MLive.com.
"For sure," coach Jim Schwartz said. "We wouldn't bring a guy in unless we thought he had good enough skills that he could do those kind of things."
Ogletree said he's fine with running deep routes since it fits his skill set.
"That's what I been comfortable doing throughout my years of playing football," Ogletree said. "That goes back to baseball, playing center field, just tracking the ball, being able to run, seeing it off the bat, or in this case, out of the quarterback's arm."
Seven Lions receivers caught passes Sunday in Cleveland, including six on the first two possessions. The only exception was wide receiver Kevin Ogletree, who caught one second-half pass for 5 yards. Also contributing offensively was running back Mikel Leshoure, who added 9 yards on two carries.
Lions receiver Kevin Ogletree, who joined the team earlier this week and was making his Detroit debut on Sunday, caught two passes for 20 yards in the team's 22-9 loss to the Packers. Ogletree was targeted three times.
Lions star wideout Calvin Johnson was declared inactive with a knee injury prior to the game, likely forcing Ogletree into more action than he would have otherwise seen. Through five games this season (four with Tampa Bay), Ogletree has 90 yards and a receiving touchdown.
The Lions face the Browns in Week 6.
Newly signed Lions receiver Kevin Ogletree is hoping a cram session of Detroit's playbook will get him in the lineup Week 5 at Green Bay.
"I hope (to play)," Ogletree said Thursday, per MLive.com. "I'm in my playbook at night time, until I close my eyes, so all the work is being put in for that. I just want to help us. I want to play Sunday for sure. It's a Sunday in October, so I expect to play. We'll see what happens when that time comes around."
Ogletree has experience playing in the slot and on the outside.
"I think he'll give us some depth there that will help us," offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said. "We looked at quite a bit of his target tapes from the last couple years, and (he) showed some promise. It's early, we don't know a whole lot about him yet. We'll see. He'll probably be asked to do something for us because of our receiver depth, but we'll decide when that'll be. This week, next week, we'll see. We're just really thin at receiver right now."
The Lions signed receiver Kevin Ogletree, who was released by the Buccaneers on Tuesday, reports ProFootballTalk.com. Ogletree caught 32 passes for 436 yards and four touchdowns for the Cowboys last season.
The Buccaneers announced Tuesday they released wide receiver Kevin Ogletree and safety Ahmad Black. Wide receiver Chris Owusu was elevated from the practice squad to replace Olgetree.