The Dallas Cowboys added 2011 second-round draft pick Marvin Austin to their roster on Monday, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the team signed the defensive tackle Cheap Online Jerseys less than a week after he was released by the Miami Dolphins.
Austin, 24, was selected with the 52nd overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft by the New York Giants despite missing his senior season at North Carolina due to a suspension. In two seasons with the Giants, Austin made appearance in just seven games, tallying eight total tackles before he was released.
He was added to the Dolphins roster on Sept. 24 and made appearances in two games with the team, but was released just a few weeks later.
The Cowboys are thin on the defensive line after releasing four-time Pro Bowl tackle Jay Ratliff just a week before. Through seven games in 2013, the Cowboys rank 28th in the NFL in total yardage allowed.
The most serious injury of the day occurred in Green Bay, where Cheap Official NHL Jerseys Packers tight end Jermichael Finley lay motionless on the field for an extended period of time after sustaining a neck injury.
He was carted from the field and will need to undergo evaluation. Hopefully there will be some good news on the injury front Monday as his health should be the focal point moving forward.
You can look at Seattle’s 34-22 win over Arizona in one of two ways. There’s the handwringing view: Russell Wilson’s offensive line struggled for the second time in three weeks with pressure. However, the Seahawks hadn’t won a game in Arizona since 2010. A more positive perspective points to how well Wilson shook off the pressure and thrived. He was 8-for-13 with 128 yards and all three of his passing touchdowns came when pressured, according to Pro Football Focus.
Wilson and Co. have a primetime practice game in St. Louis next week. They could be joined by Percy Harvin.