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The Cowboys held out Miles Austin from practice today, as the receiver is dealing with another hamstring injury. While this one does not appear to be as serious as the ones that he has had in the past, the Cowboys want to be cautious with Austin, who has a history of hamstring troubles. Per ProFootballtalk.com: Reports out of Dallas earlier this week said that the hamstring injury suffered by wide receiver Miles Austin last weekend was not as serious as the ones that plagued him over the last two seasons. That doesn’t mean that he’ll be able to play in Week Five against the Chargers, however. Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Austin did not participate in Cowboys practice on Thursday, making him 0-for-2 on practices this week. Austin’s history with hamstring injuries means that the Cowboys are going to be cautious with Austin in terms of practice, but it also means they’ll likely be wary of the possibility of recurrence after seeing it h...
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