Miles Austin is reportedly moving around better at OTAs than he has in the past.
Miles Austin said he is focusing on strengthening his hamstrings this offseason.
ESPN Dallas does not expect the Cowboys to consider cutting Miles Austin until 2014 or 2015.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora is "still not convinced that something doesn't happen" with Miles Austin in Dallas.
The Cowboys have restructured Miles Austin's contract, clearing $3 million in cap space.
Coach Jason Garrett said the Cowboys have had "comprehensive discussions" regarding how to keep Miles Austin healthy.
Owner Jerry Jones says the Cowboys have no plans to release Miles Austin.
ESPN Dallas' Calvin Watkins says the Cowboys have not discussed cutting Miles Austin.
ESPN's Adam Schefter considers Miles Austin a "potential salary cap casualty" in the "coming days."
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett has attributed Miles Austin's persistent hamstring injuries to dehydration.
DallasCowboys.com believes the Cowboys should "try to renegotiate" the four years and $30.5 million remaining on Miles Austin's contract, and considers his roster spot "far from a sure thing."
The Cowboys are expected to approach Miles Austin about restructuring his contract this offseason.
Miles Austin sustained a high-ankle sprain in Week 17 at the Redskins.
Miles Austin played only a handful of snaps after leaving Dallas' Week 17 loss to the Redskins in the second quarter with an ankle injury.