Dallas Cowboy Receiver's Brother Shot in Queens

Police believe there were at least two suspects involved in the shooting.

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    Police say the brother of Kevin Ogletree, seen here talking to quarterback Tony Romo, was shot in Queens.

    The older brother of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Kevin Ogletree remains hospitalized after he was shot by an unknown gunman.     

    Twenty-five-year-old Calvin Ogletree was shot at around 3 p.m. Sunday, not far from his luxury car rental shop in the Queens neighborhood of St. Albans.     

    The motive is unclear. Police believe there were at least two suspects involved in the shooting. No arrests have been made.     

    The men's uncle, Mark Ross, told the Daily News that the receiver was at his brother's bedside on Sunday.

    He says the family is praying for Calvin's speedy recovery.     

    The 24-year-old Kevin Ogletree is in his third season with the NFL.