As exciting as it was to see the Los Angeles Rams select all of their new rookies during the 2018 NFL Draft, one of the biggest surprises from the weekend was the team finally finding a trade partner for Tavon Austin.
Austin was shipped to the Cowboys by the Los Angeles Rams for a sixth-round pick, No 192 overall, which the Rams used to select ME guard Jamil Demby. His role could grow in Dallas, as the Cowboys look to replace former star Dez Bryant.
Austin was a playmaking machine as a receiver, rusher and return man, scoring a total of 40 touchdowns in four years at West Virginia.
The compensation heading to Los Angeles is only a sixth-round selection, No. 192 overall.
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Austin finishes his time with the Rams with 194 career receptions for 1,689 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. And while Austin does have game changing speed, he's averaging just 8.7 yards per reception for his career, which is another red flag.
The Dallas Cowboys had a overflowing wide receiver group prior to drafting Colorado's Michael Gallup in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft on Friday night.
After seeing their top running back target Nyhiem Hines from N.C. State go off the board early in the fourth round to the Colts, Dallas obviously viewed Austin as a better pass catching back than any of the remaining potential draft picks.