Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin left New York without an offer from the New York Jets.
Austin, who is the Cowboys’ third receiver and holds more value with the departure of Terrell Owens, visited the Jets yesterday. There has been no word of an offer or deal the two have agreed upon.
If the Jets do take Austin, they would have to give up a second-round pick to the Cowboys, giving them back-to-back picks in the second round. The Cowboys could use those picks to trade up into the first round but it won’t get them too high. If the Cowboys do move up in the draft, I’d like to see them pick a wide receiver.