• Cowboys WR Miles Austin believes he’ll be able to do something in practice Wednesday

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Nov 28, 2012
    Cowboys receiver Miles Austin said Monday that he believes he’ll be able to do something in practice Wednesday. He was asked if he believes he’ll be able to do something in practice Wednesday, and Austin said, “I think so, yeah.” Ed Werder reports that Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin , who left the Thanksgiving Day game with a hip injury, will be ready to play Sunday night against the Eagles. Austin, who left the game in the first quarter, said Monday that he expects to be able to do something in practice on Wednesday. Austin has caught 49 passes for 727 yards and four touchdowns on the season, so he hasn’t been slowed down all that much by the hamstring. Cowboys receiver Kevin Ogletree was inactive for Thursday’s game against Washington with a concussion. Williams is having a great year and is essential to the Redskins' chances of keeping the Giants' pass rush off of Robert Griffin III Fred Davis is out for the year, and Chris Cooley has been a non-factor since re-signing, but the Redskins are still getting production out of the tight-end position.
    • WR Austin Expected to Be Well Enough to Play Sunday vs Eagles

      Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin is expected to recover from hip and back injuries to play Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles, a source told Ed Werder of ESPN. Austin was injured on the first play of the Cowboys’ second series in the team’
    • Source: Cowboys' Austin to play against Eagles

      Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin is expected to recover from hip and back injuries to play Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a source.
      Source: ESPN.com

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