ESPN Dallas does not expect the Cowboys to consider cutting Miles Austin until 2014 or 2015.
Thanks to a February restructure, Austin is making just $840,000 in base salary this season -- but received a $5.8 million signing bonus. In 2014, that base number rises to $5.5 million. If Austin struggles through another year of balky hamstrings and unrealized potential, he could find himself on the chopping block. Over the last two seasons, Austin has missed six games and averaged just 4.1 catches for 58.5 yards when he was active. The Cowboys used a third-round pick on Baylor WR Terrence Williams last month.