Todd Archer reports that the New York Jets are scheduled to meet with wide receiver Miles Austin later this week. The Cowboys have a second-round tender on Austin, a restricted free agent, and would have one week to match a Jets offer should it reach that stage. The Jets pick in the second round is, funny enough, #52, right behind the Cowboys.
After the release of T.O. and all the talk the Cowboys brass has done about Miles Austin being a key part of their future plans, I wouldn't get too worried about this yet. If the Jets offer Austin, the Cowboys will probably match it, making Austin a bit more scratch per year and some bonus money. But I don't think Jerry Jones is going to let Austin go unless the Jets do something ridiculous. More than likely nothing will come of it or the Cowboys would match any reasonable offer. Just don't do anything nutty, New York.