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Dallas Cowboy wide receiver Miles Austin will likely miss the entire preseason due to his injured hamstring. As reported on PFT.com, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters after the game that Austin is “I wouldn’t discount it, but he’s not one of the ones that I have coming back.”
Austin was limited to just 10 games last season due to a hamstring injury, and could continue to be limited in 2012. The former Monmouth star had a breakout season in 2009, with 1320 yards on 81 catches in just 9 starts for the Cowboys.
From a fantasy perspective, Austin could be an excellent value at his current ADP of 46th overall. He and quarterback Tony Romo have an excellent rapport and the Cowboys should be a high power offense in 2012. However, if his hamstring continues to hinder his production, he could be a waste of a fourth round pick.
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Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley let loose during Dallas’ preseason game against the Chargers on Saturday night. And by let loose, we mean he vomited all over as he was coming off the field in the fourth quarter.
It was nice of Dez Bryant to offer him a helping hand, but we can’t blame him for backing away. Nobody wants a piece of that. And no truth to the rumor that Beasley...
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It’s not four touchdowns in a single game, but Al Bundy would be proud of the display Murray put on last year.
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In times of trouble, Jason Witten is usually Romo's go-to-guy.
Unfortunately for Witten, he took a hard hit in Oakland. The hit was clean, yet damaging.
Witten left the game with...
For several season the main problem in CowboyLandhas not been Tony Romo and the Cowboys offense. Though they have at times have made mistakes that cost games the offense at least statistically has been pretty good. They were 11th on total offense is 2011.
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According to Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn’t expect wide receiver Miles Austin to be ready until the season opener against the Giants.
“We’re basically just wanting to make sure he’s ready for New York,” Jones said Tuesday on KRLD-FM per ESPNDallas.com. “That’s where it’s all headed for him. He probably will need some work, just...
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While Dez didn’t originally sign with Rosenhaus, after he fired his original agent Eugene, he came on board. Dez fired Rosenhaus a couple of weeks ago and is now back with Parker.
According to his adviser Dez is just an innocent victim.
, a longtime advisor to Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, has accused high-profile agent Drew Rosenhaus...
Football Nation presents the ninth episode of “Monday Morning Huddle”. In this week’s podcast, host, Dave Holcomb interviews guest star Tyler Sipala as the two debate the status of both New York football teams. Sipala also reveals a few fantasy football tips for fans preparing for their drafts. Holcomb finishes with a segment dedicated to the Cowboys and the ‘Fourth and Long’...