Miles Austin & Dez Bryant Practice: Fantasy Implications

July 31, 2012; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin (19) catches a pass during training camp drills. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE

Miles Austin and Dez Bryant participate in practice. We break down the fantasy implications.

Miles Austin (hamstring) and Dez Bryant (knee) were both participants in Dallas' practice on Sunday.

Fantasy Analysis: Dez Bryant was never really a big concern for the Cowboys and has been dealing with patella tendinitis. The Oklahoma State product looks to be set up for a big night with Jason Witten's status in doubt and the Cowboys fairly thin at wide receiver. He has to be starting in any format.

As for Austin, it's a little bit of a different story. The good news is that he looks healthy and all signs point to him suiting up against their division rival. The bad news is that his hamstrings hold together about as well as the rickety bridges from the Indiana Jones movies. He's still a great value in drafts for his upside, but he's not exactly a must-start receiver just yet and has plenty of risk.

For more on the Cowboys, check out SB Nation Dallas and Blogging The Boys. For more fantasy info, check out the SB Nation Fantasy War Room 6-10pm Monday through Friday, 4-9pm Saturday and Sunday.

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