Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin will miss Sunday’s game at San Diego because of a hamstring injury. The team ruled out Austin after he missed practice all week. ESPN reported that because of Austin’s history of hamstring problems the team will be conservative with his recovery. On the plus side coach Jason Garrett said the injury isn’t as severe as some of the hamstring strains Austin has suffered in previous seasons. Austin has 15 catches for only 125 yards (8.3 average) and no touchdowns in the first three games. ESPN reported the Cowboys will use a committee to replace Austin but that rookie Terrance Williams will get “the bulk of the work.” A third-round pick from Baylor Williams has five catches for 60 yards and played a total of 97 snaps so far.