Miles Austin wishes he’d kept a journal of how he felt during each of his eight training camps with the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys are wielding a credit card more than they are wielding a pair of scissors as they make salary adjustments to slice more than $20 million from the cap in order to slide under the NFL’s expected 2012 salary cap of $123 million.
The Cowboys have reworked the contracts of five starters, including DeMarcus Ware, Jason Witten and Miles Austin, to save salary cap space.
The activation of a cap-relief clause in DeMarcus Ware’s contract is a done deal, according to Dallas Cowboys sources.
According to Jerry Jones, Demarco Murray is on track to return for the team’s game on Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Dez Bryant dazzles one play and drifts the next. Miles Austin piles up touchdowns when he’s not hurt. Kevin Ogletree stars on a big stage then virtually disappears.
The New York Giants are still undefeated at Cowboys Stadium after another comeback victory under Eli Manning.
A badly burned Metroplex boy fights for his life, and cheers for a new team.
“You’ve heard me talk about this before,” coach Jason Garrett said. “We have a next-man-up philosophy. Injuries create opportunities, so backup players need to be ready to take advantage of the opportunities if they do get them.”
Cowboys star Miles Austin strained his hamstring on August 4 and has been sidelined ever since. So, when will we see him again? Good question. Probably not in the preseason.
The Cowboys have a ton of talent, and much of it is at wide receiver. There’s just one problem. A lot of their wideouts are not sure things. So, perhaps Dallas will take a look at Plaxico Burress.
Josh Hamilton’s four homers in Tuesday night’s 10-3 win by the Rangers in Baltimore was the greatest show of power in franchise history. But that’s it. Let’s not get carried away.