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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 time this season in Sunday's win over the Seattle Seahawks and is set to miss 2-4 weeks, which would come off the heels of the three weeks he missed earlier this season, including the Cowboys' bye week.
But this time around, things might not be all that bad.
Enter Laurent Robinson.
Robinson has registered five catches in each of the past two games, including his 103-yard performance in the Cowboys' debacle against the Philadelphia Eagles. That was his second 100-yard game of the season with the first coming in the Cowboys' crushing loss to the Detroit Lions, a game Austin missed with inju...
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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
A few Week 9 injuries have made the waiver wire a little more interesting this week.
Cowboys’ wide receiver Miles Austin is expected to miss two-to-four weeks with another hamstring injury. That opens the door for Laurent Robinson, who scored a touchdown in Austin’s stead on Sunday. Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty are expected to miss another week of action, which means...
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?
WR Miles Austin, CB Mike Jenkins and RB Felix Jones all did not practice for a second straight day. Here’s the rundown for the rest of the injured Cowboys.
Did not practice
WR Miles Austin – hamstring
CB Mike Jenkins – hamstring
RB Felix Jones – ankle
Limited in practice
G Kyle Kosier – foot
OT Jermey Parnell – back
LB Sean Lee – wrist
P Mat McBriar - foot