Bucs receivers coach John Garrett added a former player Thursday, reuniting with Kevin Ogletree. Garrett was tight ends coach with the Cowboys during all four of Ogletree’s seasons in Dallas.Ogletree, signed as an undrafted free agent in 2009, became the Cowboys’ No. 3 receiver in both 2011 and 2012. He lost the job early during the 2011 season to Laurent Robinson, who was signed off the street after final cuts. Ogletree lost playing time late last season to Dwayne Harris.Ogletree finished his four seasons with 46 games played, two starts, 57 receptions, 730 yards and four touchdowns. - Charean WilliamsBriefly • Falcons: Running back Steven Jackson, who rushed for 10,135 yards and 56 touchdowns in nine seasons with St. Louis, agreed to a three-year, $12 million deal. • Seahawks: Former Tampa Bay defensive end Michael Bennett agreed on a one-year, $5 million deal with Seattle after spending part of Thursday visiting Miami. • Eagles: Former Raven cornerback Cary Williams signed a three-year deal. Philadelphia also signed former Giants safety Kenny Phillips and former Texans linebacker Connor Barwin. • Vikings: Hours after he was released by the Chiefs, quarterback Matt Cassel agreed to a deal in Minnesota to back up Christian Ponder. • Patriots: Running back and kick returner Leon Washington, cut by Seattle earlier in the week, signed a one-year deal with New England. • Broncos: Safety Quinton Carter faces felony charges of cheating at a craps game by adding a $5 chip to three bets after the dice already rolled. at a Las Vegas casino. The three felony counts carry a possible sentence of one to six years in prison and a $10,000 fine. • Cardinals: Linebacker Jasper Brinkley, formerly of the Vikings, agreed to a two-year contract. • Chiefs: Cornerback Sean Smith signed a three-year contract for a reported $18 million with $11 million guaranteed. • Lions: Offensive lineman, Jeff Backus, said he is retiring after 12 seasons.