FRISCO – Dallas Cowboys continued to oversee their wide hostage Saturday by making a day for trading for fast Los Angeles Rams recipient Tavon Austin.
The Cowboys performed one of their sixth rounds (No. 192 overall) for Austin, which was the 8th overall picking in the 2013 draft from West Virginia.
Cowboys not only see Austin as recipients. They see him as a space player who can also take the ball out of the backfield and fill a need for Dallas. Cowboys now do not need to find a change of pace that goes back, which may be a third downturn due to the addition of Austin.
The addition of Austin combined with the third round of Michael Gallup on Friday and the free agent offseason addition of Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson will give the Cowboys a completely different look at the recipient in 201
The cowboys are not on the hook for a big pay for Austin in 2018. Ramsna had been looking for shopping or releasing Austin after his production decreased in 2017 after signing an extension of $ 42 million before the 2016 season. However, Rams restructured Austin's contract in March to pay $ 5 million in 2018 with the opportunity to earn $ 3 million more through incentives. As part of the restructuring, the last three years of the extension were suspended so that Austin could become an unlimited free agent after 2018.
However, Ramsna paid Austin a $ 4 million bonus in March. The Cowboys are only $ 1 million in basic salary for Austin and $ 2 million in bonus per bonus. He can also make another $ 1 million in incentives.
Austin (5-8, 179) has 194 career receptions and 12 touchdowns. He has also rushed for nine touchdown and returned three points for points. By 2016, Austin Fisher, Austin, drove 58 passengers for 509 yards and three touchdowns.
Austin was drafted by the 8th overall plot of the 2013 draft. Austin used in many roles over the years as a recipient, rusher and kickback, Austin assembled 4 734 total laps and 24 total touchdowns with the frames over five seasons.
On the NFL Network broadcast of the draft, former NFL Reggie Bush said, "Cowboys need speed, they need some slots, they just lost Jason Witten and Dez Bryant, so hopefully they figure out how to use this child properly. because I think he has a lot of talent and that speed is just something you can not learn. "
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