Found November 07, 2011 on Inside the Bills:
He wasn’t expected to be ready for Dallas’ Week 10 game against the Bills, but according to one report Miles Austin will be out this week and longer. ESPN Dallas is reporting that Austin will be out 2-4 weeks with his latest hamstring injury. Laurent Robinson is expected to start in Austin’s place. Robinson contributed a touchdown in relief of Austin in the Cowboys 10-point win over Seattle.

Miles Austin likely out two to three weeks

The Cowboys may have pulled out a much-needed win over the Seahawks on Sunday, but did so at the expense of their Pro Bowl receiver. On Sunday night, the team announced that Miles Austin is expected to miss the next two to three weeks after straining his right hamstring during Dallas’ 23-13 victory. The injury occurred during the second quarter of the game, when Austin pulled up...

Miles Austin leaves with aggravated hamstring

Cowboys receiver Miles Austin aggravated a hamstring injury in the second quarter against Seattle.

Cowboys WR Austin aggravates hamstring, iffy to return

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.

Hamstrung Again

WR Miles Austin will likely be out at least three weeks and possibly longer with another hamstring injury. Austin missed three weeks with a left hamstring and now is suffering from the same injury on the right side.

Cowboys WR Austin sidelined again with hamstring injury

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.

Austin expected out vs. Bills

Cowboys top wideout Miles Austin is expected to miss at least this week’s game against the Bills after suffering a hamstring injury. The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Austin is having an MRI on his injured hamstring today (Monday) when more will be known. After Sunday’s game QB Tony Romo sounded as if he does not expect to have Austin this week. “It’s going to be...

Cowboys WR Austin leaves with aggravated hamstring

Share: Cowboys WR Austin leaves with aggravated hamstring ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Cowboys receiver Miles Austin aggravated a hamstring injury in the second quarter against Seattle and was not expected to return. Austin's return was declared questionable. He was not on the sideline when the second half began. Austin began limping at the end of a 37-yard completion...

Jerry: Cowboys Not Looking For Veteran Receiver Help

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...

Austin out 2-4 weeks after injuring hamstring

Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin will miss 2-4 weeks after re-aggravating his right hamstring Sunday.

Jerry outlines plan to boost depth at receiver

IRVING – The Cowboys likely will look to their practice squad to bolster their injury-depleted wide receiver corps. Dallas needs another wideout after Miles Austin suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday’s win over Seattle. The Pro Bowler is expected to miss at least three weeks. “We’ve got (rookie Dwayne) Harris on the practice squad,” owner/GM Jerry Jones said Tuesday on...

RotoWire NFL Injury Report

Miles Austin, Andre Johnson, Hakeem Nicks and Peyton Hillis are just a few names on a lengthy list of NFL players to suffer hamstring injuries so far this season. Each of the aforementioned players has missed at least one game with the ailment and some are expected to miss more. Receivers, required to make sudden starts and stops, dominate the list because of the amount of force...

Robinson's Role Likely to Get Even Bigger

There's no question that Miles Austin is the Dallas Cowboys' most reliable, trusted wide receiver. While the talent column might get credited to Dez Bryant, nothing else is at this point in his career, anyway. So when Austin goes down to injury, which has happened all too often this season, the Cowboys offense is bound to struggle. Austin injured his hamstring for the third...
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