"We're light years away," he added.
"I think (Ogletree) did a good job over the last couple years," Garrett said. "He has the ability to play both inside and outside, which is pretty unique for a third receiver."
Garrett said despite the production of tight end Jason Witten and the role of running backs in the passing game, the team still values the third receiver.
"You want a third receiver to be productive and who can attack defenses, and we feel like we have some guys on our roster who can do that."
Garrett noted that he hopes to see a few of his rookies emerge, adding, "We try to make every role on the team as competitive as possible."
Garrett also addressed the team's running game.
"You're never completely comfortable," he said regarding the issue of durability among halfbacks. "But you can't carry more than three halfbacks."
He summed things up by saying, "If you're on our roster, you need to be ready to play."