Found November 07, 2011 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the extend of a right hamstring injury suffered in Sunday's victory over the Seattle Seahawks.Austin had two catches for 53 yards before suffering the hamstring injury in the second quarter. He returned to the sidelines in street clothes to begin the second half.It's a different injury than the one he dealt with earlier in the season, when a left hamstring ailment sidelined him for two games.Austin, 27, has 28 catches for 403 yards and four touchdowns in 2011.
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Cowboys receiver Miles Austin aggravated a hamstring injury in the second quarter against Seattle.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin exited Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks after aggravating his previous hamstring injury.
Austin, who had two catches for 53 yards, pulled up lame while chasing a deep ball from Tony Romo. He is questionable to return.
Laurent Robinson will likely see extra snaps should Austin remain sidelined.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin is likely out for 3-to-5 weeks after suffering his second hamstring injury of the season during Sunday's game against Seattle.
Dallas Cowboys starting wide receiver Miles Austin could miss 2-4 weeks with an injured hamstring suffered in Sunday's victory over the Seattle Seahawks, according to a source
It's been a rough season so far for Cowboys wideout Miles Austin, who's expected to miss several weeks with yet another hamstring injury.
Reports on the timetable for Miles Austin’s return have varied to this point, with some suggesting that he’ll miss up to four weeks and others going further, saying that he could miss the rest of the 2011 season--but in any case, at this point, it’s clear that the Dallas Cowboys need some receiver help.
They’ll find this help, according to Jerry Jones, within the organization...
What is wrong with Miles Austin's hamstrings? Is he not stretching, or warming up the right way?
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin can't seem to keep his hamstrings healthy, and a miserable season for Indianapolis got worse Sunday when tight end Dallas Clark went down with a leg injury.