After Miles Austin set a team record with 250 yards against Kansas City, receivers coach Ray Sherman told Austin: Don't go Hollywood on me. Sherman still isn't concerned about Austin losing his focus, even after Austin's breakout season of 81 catches for 1,320 yards and 11 touchdowns.
"None of that," Sherman said. "He's the most humble person you ever want to be around. Even now, he's humble. He's not letting it go to his head at all. He has fun, but believe me, he knows how to put it in perspective."
Even with the addition of Dez Bryant, Austin will have to be prepared for more double teams this season, Sherman said.
"They did it last year, but he'll probably see more of it," Sherman said. "He's just got to understand and be aware of that."
-- Charean Williams