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Dec 16, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin (19) runs after a catch against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Should The Cowboys Trade Miles Austin?


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Should The Cowboys Trade Miles Austin?

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  • Troy Spurlock

    Trade him for a good O lineman, or a dominate D lineman. That way we wont need to try and bust or brain in the draft on which one to take in the first round of the draft. Or get a cpl of high picks for him.

  • http://twitter.com/OldFrog75 Old Frog

    He’s not the only one. Clear out all expensive players who are either injury prone, under performing, or in most cases, beyond their prime and rebuild the team through the draft.

  • jrcowboy49

    The real question is who would want him and the terrible contract that Jerrah gave him?

  • californy

    I go on record of wanting to trade him last year. I really do like Miles Austin and I believe he has value beyond what most clueless fan are saying about him. Did You know that in the last 4 years Miles Austin production exceed some of the better FA in this draft, player like Bowe WR, Percy Harvin, & Gregg Jenning. The Only FA who had more yardage is Mike Wallace and not by that much either. Miles has actually played in more games than most of these player with the exception of Mike Wallace. Despite all of this I would still trade him to a Team Like SF at 31, or any team drafting in early part of the second rd. Here another thing that make him more valuable is his contract. Miles will make somewhere like 7-8 Million, where these new FA will make 11-12, to even 14 million. A team trading for Miles will save 3-7 Million off of his contract with the same production. My reason for trading him is to get cap help and to address a quicker way of rebuilding this team offensive line, plus this team can not afford to pay 3 receiver in excess of 7 million dollars each..