Dez Bryant breaks a tackle, looks up field.
A fixture in the Dallas Cowboys' wide receivers corps for a good while now, Miles Austin won't be a Dallas Cowboy in 2014. In fact, Austin has barely been a Cowboy for the past two seasons, dealing with injuries and a lack of production.
The Cowboys say they are comfortable with their young receiver corps, highlighted, of course, by Dez Bryant. There's also former Baylor standout Terrance Williams, who is expected to start opposite of Bryant in what will be his second NFL season.
Last season, the pair combined for 18 touchdowns as Williams emerged and Bryant had a career year, posting 1,233 yards on 93 catches.
"They were pretty good last year," Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said. "I think there was some proof of that; we’re very confident."