— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 31, 2015
- According to Rapoport, the contract includes another $700,000 available incentives.
This if the first reported interest in Austin since free agency got under way a few weeks ago.
Austin, 30, wound up signing a one-year contract with the Browns after he was cut loose by the Cowboys for cap purposes the year before.
In 2014, Austin appeared in 12 games and caught 47 passes for 568 yards receiving and two touchdowns. Pro Football Focus actually has him rated as an above-average receiver — No. 42 out of 110 qualifying players — last year.