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Draft Scout Marvin Austin News
09/17/14 - DT Marvin Austin was excused from practice Wednesday after going to North Carolina to tend to his father, who was injured in an automobile accident Sunday. Austin was expected to return to Denver late Wednesday.
07/30/14 - DT Marvin Austin saw some first-team repetitions on Wednesday. Austin has drawn notice for his work in one-on-one line drills, and has also consistently beaten the guards on the second-team offensive line during team periods. The 2011 second-round pick of the Giants is a dark horse to make the 53-man roster -- assuming he can stay healthy. He has played just 11 regular-season games in his three-year career.
05/07/14 - DT Marvin Austin was signed by the Broncos May 5.
Austin (6-foot-2, 312 pounds) has played in 11 NFL games with the New York Giants (2011-12), Miami Dolphins (2013) and Dallas Cowboys (2013). He has recorded 10 tackles (7 solo).
The Giants selected Austin in the second round (52nd overall) of the 2011 draft out of North Carolina. He spent his rookie season on injured reserve before playing in a career-high eight games in 2012.
11/06/13 - --DT Marvin Austin was waived/injured because of a back injury he suffered in practice. He played one game with the Cowboys and made on tackle.
10/23/13 - --DT Marvin Austin signed with the Cowboys on Tuesday in hopes of rebuilding his career. He was given Jay Ratliff's old locker and No. 90. The Cowboys are hoping the former second-round pick of the Giants in 2011 can live up to his potential and provide some of Ratliff's old dominance.
"It's definitely a new beginning and a lot to build on," Austin said. Austin says he is not in great shape right now but hopes he can catch some of the magic of respected defensive line coach Rod Marinelli in Dallas.
"Not good enough," Austin said. "To be honest with you just the way they practice and the way they want you to go out there and play, I've got to keep working every day to get in shape to go out there and perform. His record speaks for itself and coach (Monte) Kiffin also. The way that those guys coach, and the success they've had in this league, I have no excuses."