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November 22, 2012

Cowboys work out receiver Anthony Armstrong

The Cowboys worked out Anthony Armstrong on Wednesday after Kevin Ogletree was injured against the Browns. Now, with Miles Austin's status also up in the air, Armstrong soon could have a new home.

Armstrong has 54 catches for 986 yards and five touchdowns in his career, most of it coming with the Redskins in 2010 and 2011. Armstrong, who played at Carrollton Newman Smith, has been released by the Dolphins and the Jaguars this season. He has three catches for 12 yards this season.

"That would be looking at where we were health-wise with our receivers, looking ahead at what we might need to do," Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said. "We’ll have to see how Miles is."

Ogletree missed the game with a concussion. Austin left in the first half with a hip injury.

-- Charean Williams

Twitter: @NFLCharean 

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Makes perfect sense...lets grab a guy that couldnt make it with the Jags and Dolphins. The stupidity of this organization is unsurpassed.

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