Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin did not practice Wednesday due to a hamstring injury sustained Nov. 6 against the Seattle Seahawks, according to ESPNDallas.com.
Missing Wednesday’s practice could mean Austin may miss his fourth straight game due to the injury. Austin initially believed he would be ready to play this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones echoed Austin’s sentiments earlier this week.
The hamstring injury is Austin’s second this season and the Cowboys want to remain cautious and ensure the 27-year-old wide receiver is fully recovered before he gets back in the lineup. In six games this season, Austin has 28 receptions for 403 yards and four touchdowns.