The move comes after Dallas released Dez Bryant earlier in the offseason.
The Rams dealt five-year veteran receiver Tavon Austin to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a sixth-round pick Sunday.
Austin, a former first-round pick, will look to rejuvenate his career in Dallas. Obviously, the Cowboys are still in need of wide receiver help.
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From adding depth to the offensive line with players Joseph Noteboom and Brian Allen to from filling needs at linebacker with Micah Kiser, Los Angeles has plenty of reasons to be thrilled with their selections from this year's draft. Austin was a two-time First Team All-American for the Mountaineers, forming part of the core of a deadly West Virginia offense that featured future National Football League players Geno Smith and Stedman Bailey. In any event, they received five years of service from the veteran wideout. Austin has made just 15 career catches on balls thrown at least 15 yards downfield, according to ESPN. He's also contributed with 1,238 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground.
Stephen Jones said on Saturday that the team feels it can get Tavon Austin 12 touches per game, which would be an astronomical number compared to the action he saw last season, or lack thereof.
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