Cowboys and Austin Talking Long Term

According to several sources the Dallas Cowboys and restricted free agent Miles Austin are negotiating a long-term contract.

Free agency deadline is today at 3:00 p.m. and Austin has yet to sign his $1.54 million tender.

Wide recievers Austin and Sam Hurd are the only free agents left to make a decision. Hurd is expected to sign the tender possibly Monday while Austin may be holding out for a contract agreement.

Austin visited New York and the Jets, however the Jets decided against pitching an offer. They weren’t ready to give up a second round pick for the 24-year old undrafted player.

0 replies
  1. Matt
    Matt says:

    he is not worth the freakin drama he has caused!!! He won’t sign a $1.54 MILLION dollar offer. come on now he needs to realize he ain’t even worth that much. or tell him to go get a real job.

  2. Josh
    Josh says:

    he has not caused any drama he was just testing free agency like all nfl players do if they dont sign a new contract when they are ufa or rfa but we are keeping and want him to a long term contract and thats another reason he hasnt signed that tender yet so matt quit being a fair weather fan


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