Miles Austin missed practice for the third consecutive day, putting his game status in doubt for Sunday.
Austin tweaked his hamstring last week against the Rams, though it was an injury previously reported as not being serious.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett told reporters Austin could've played if the game was closer but since his team was up 24-0 at the time Austin came out of the game, he decided against putting him back in.
Austin has battled hamstring issues in recent years, sustaining in both. He reported to camp without any lingering issues and made it through two weeks before tweaking his hamstring.
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