Dallas Cowboys' Miles Austin tweaks hamstring at training camp

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin tweaked his hamstring Saturday at training camp, according to DallasCowboys.com.

Austin missed six games and much of training camp last season with an injured hamstring. The Cowboys, however, had a 5-1 record without their No. 1 receiver.

Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones told the website that the team isn't worried about Austin's injury.

"There's always bumps and pulls and tightness," Jones said of the team's mounting injuries less than a week into camp. "It's just part of getting through it."

So far more than 20 Cowboys players are injured. Most notably, first-round draft pick Morris Claibornehas a minor sprain of his medial collateral ligament. He is expected to be ready in a week.

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