Miles Austin Archive

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

Free Agency Deadline Is Today

This is it people. Today we finally retain Miles Austin and Sam Hurd, unless they recieve an offer from another team. Now, we can almost be certain that we will be entering the draft with 11 draft picks. 11 picks

Jets No Longer Pursuing Austin

The New York Daily News is reporting that the Jets are longer interested in Miles Austin. The Jets’ courtship of Cowboys WR Miles Austin is “dead,” according to a person with knowledge of the situation. So much

No More Excuses

With the 2009 NFL Draft just around the corner, Cowboys fans across the nation have more questions than answers. The uncertainty of 2009 has many of us anxious to get this thing started. Predictions of 8-8 by

The Miles Austin Sweepstakes

The Miles Austin Sweepstakes is on and it looks like, because of the “poison pill” contract, he very well might become a New York Jet should they decide he is worth giving up their second round draft

Miles Austin and the Poison Pill

By now we’ve all heard that wide receiver Miles Austin is being wined and dined by the New York Jets who see Austin as the heir apparent to Laveraneus Coles. The Cowboys gave Austin a $1.545 million

Cowboys Extra Points: Somewhere They Want You

Restricted free agent Miles Austin is set to visit the New York Jets on Friday. A source for the Cowboys claims the team won’t let Austin get away. “That’s not happening. We are going to do something.”

Miles Austin to Visit New York Jets

While checking my morning Cowboys news links, I read on the Dallas Morning News that Miles Austin was scheduled to meet with the Jets this week. According to sources, the New York Jets will meet with Austin,

Cowboys Extra Points: SCORE, Parking and RFA's

Restricted free agent Stephen Bowen signed his $1.545 million tender offer. The defensive end had 17 tackles last year and will play behind Igor Olshanksy and Jason Hatcher. There are only two restricted free agents remaining. Wide