WR Miles Austin and the #Eagles have agreed on a one-year deal worth $2.3M base with another $700K available in incentives, source said.
Philly.com "The Eagles will bring in veteran Miles Austin for a visit this week and plan on signing him if he passes the physical, according to the NFL Network. Austin, 30, spent last season with the Cleveland Browns after eight years with the Dallas Cowboys. Austin made the Pro Bowl in 2009 and 2010,..." March 30
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Browns will finish their season without one of their most productive offensive players. The club announced receiver Miles Austin, who remains hospitalized in Buffalo with a kidney injury, has been placed on injured reserve. He was hurt in the Browns' 26-10 loss to the Bills on..." December 03
Rotoworld "Castigated for failing to draft a wideout as they awaited word on the length of Josh Gordon's suspension, the Browns have finally added a body in the second-best receiver on the open market. That's not saying much, of course. Released on March 11, Austin had yet to make a single-known visit, and..." May 15
The #Cowboys officially released WR Miles Austin.
Dallas Morning News "The Dallas Cowboys have also decided to part ways with veteran wide receiver Miles Austin and will designate him as a post-June 1 cut, according to a source. Releasing Austin saves the Cowboys $5.5 million against the cap, but they don’t get the credit on those savings until after June 1. That..." March 11
CBS Dallas Forth Worth "There is no value in the Cowboys publicly tipping their hand regarding their plans with receiver Miles Austin. Nor is there value in the organization being disrespectful to a player who might go down as a street-free-agent success story. But the Cowboys have privately determined which way they..." February 11
ESPN.com "This could be the end of wide receiver Miles Austin's career with the Cowboys. He participated in 33 snaps and wasn't a factor at all. He did make a nice 8-yard reception on a low throw from quarterback Tony Romo, but on the last drive of the game, Austin was watching until the final play...." December 26
ESPN Dallas "What was thought to be the case became official on Friday: Miles Austin will return to the Dallas Cowboys' lineup Sunday against the New York Giants. Austin is listed as probable after going through his third straight full practice. Austin has missed five of the past seven games with a..." November 22
ESPN Dallas "The Dallas Cowboys have been conservative in dealing with the delicate hamstrings of wide receiver Miles Austin. Not anymore. Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday morning that Austin, the team's No. 2 receiver, should return for Sunday's NFC East clash against the New York..." November 20
Jerry Jones said Miles Austin is ready to play and could have gone two weeks ago vs. the Saints.
Miles Austin in uniform for practice and running routes with first team
No Nick Hayden or Miles Austin today.
Dallas Morning News "Miles Austin was one of six players not seen practicing Wednesday. The receiver, who did not play last Sunday in the loss to Detroit, is still hampered by a left hamstring injury he suffered Sept. 22. Austin was held out along with defensive end DeMarcus Ware (quadriceps), safety J.J. Wilcox..." October 30
Jason Garrett intimated the team may shut down Miles Austin to get him healthy. It's easy to do now with Williams and Beasley playing well
ESPN Dallas "What was the assessment of wide receiver Miles Austin from Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett? “I thought Miles looked OK” Garrett said. “He's clearly working his way back into it. I don't think he looked as explosive as he did early on in the year. He's clearly trying to get his hamstring..." October 15
Miles Austin will play Sunday. Missed 2 games with hamstring injury. "Fired up."
Miles Austin practicing for second straight day. Jason Garrett said Austin did some good things on Wednesday.
ESPN Dallas "For the first time in two weeks Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin was a full participant in practice on Wednesday. Austin who missed the last two games with a strained hamstring is expected to play in Sunday night's game against the Washington Redskins. Safety Barry Church (broken nose) was..." October 10
ESPN Dallas "Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin will return to practice Wednesday for the first time since straining a hamstring in a Sept. 22 win against the St. Louis Rams according to a source. Austin missed the last two games -- losses to the San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos -- but has..." October 09
George Selvie in helmet for practice for first time this week. No Justin Durant Edgar Jones Miles Austin. Would doubt those 3 play
Miles Austin is not expected to practice today.
Garrett says Miles Austin has run on his injured hamstring and says receiver has a chance to play this week. "He has made progress."
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "It won’t be Terrance Williams’ first official start. The Dallas Cowboys opened in a three-receiver set against the New York Giants with the rookie from Baylor on the field with Dez Bryant and Miles Austin for the first play of the season. But with Austin out this week with a hamstring injury..." September 28
Looking doubtful for Miles Austin. He's not at practice. But Dwayne Harris is out here for first time this week
Sporting News "Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin will miss Sunday’s game at San Diego because of a hamstring injury. The team ruled out Austin after he missed practice all week. ESPN reported that because of Austin’s history of hamstring problems the team will be conservative with his recovery. On..." September 27
#Cowboys WR Miles Austin not practicing again today in a T-shirt. WR Dwayne Harris also without a helmet working on the side.
ESPN Dallas "Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin won't practice today at Valley Ranch due to a hamstring injury. Austin suffered the injury in last week's victory over the St. Louis Rams. Austin has a history of hamstring problems but had not dealt with one since last season. "We can be a little..." September 25
Dallas source says rule out MIles Austin as possible WR for Lions. Cowboys all in to win weak NFC Least with Wash. Philly. Giants in tank
NFL.com "Holding court with NFL reporters last week, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones scoffed at the notion that the team would have to finalize an extension for Tony Romo to clear up $20 million for salary-cap compliance. Mission accomplished. The Cowboys saved $4 million Wednesday by adding two..." February 28
Most interesting potential salary-cap casualty in coming days: Cowboys WR Miles Austin. Dallas needs cap space and Austin would provide it.