Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin's hamstring injuries have led to more ebbs than flows the past few years.
We've noticed in preseason action, though, that Austin is finally moving better than he has since his breakout 2009 season. Coach Jason Garrett agrees.
"We were all very proud of how Miles played last year because he wasn't himself," Garrett said, via ESPNDallas.com. "He had a very productive year for us playing opposite Dez (Bryant) and opposite (Jason Witten) in our passing game, and did a lot of good things for us, but he seems like he's back to what we've seen in the past. He has quickness. He has explosiveness."
Austin seems to be the forgotten man as far as Dallas' fantasy players go. He's falling to the middle rounds in drafts and ranks as a WR4 with the likes of Lance Moore and Steve Johnson. If you believe teams will focus on Dez Bryant, Austin could end up being a productive fantasy option at least some weeks.