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Fantasy Update

Sep 1, 2014
ESPN Dallas says the focus on the run game is real for the Cowboys, not just words.
Aug 27, 2014
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A different return trip for DeMarco Murray

IRVING, Texas -- The last time DeMarco Murray played at Sun Life Stadium, he was a rookie trying to show he could play. He returns on Saturday as a Pro Bowl running back. Murray saw little action in training camp prior to that game because of a hamstring injury. He carried the ball seven times for 32 yards in the previous preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings. Against the Dolphins he started and carried 10 times for 32 yards and caught four passes for 64 yards.

DeMarco Murray: Last time I played in Miami I was out of shape; ‘I hate looking at that game’

IRVING – The Dallas Cowboys’ final preseason game in 2011 was a memorable one for DeMarco Murray. The rookie running back carried 10 times for 32 yards and caught four passes for 64 yards. On his first play from scrimmage, …

DeMarco Murray wasn’t confident in his backups last season, but that’s changed

IRVING – DeMarco Murray had doubts when he would come out of games last year. The Dallas Cowboys lead running back wasn’t sure if his replacements could successfully carry the load. Murray no longer has those concerns. What he’s seen …
Blogging The Boys Aug 19, 2014

Cowboys Fantasy Watch: DeMarco Murray Over/Under 250 Carries?

Will DeMarco Murray get the most carries of his career? DeMarco Murray is hot, trendy pick on the fantasy football market. He's even gone in the first round of some drafts although the second round is considered the "value" round for him. Perhaps no other player has so many contradicting conditions around him than the Cowboys running back. On the positive side of the ledger, he had his best season last year with 217 carries for 1,121 yards and 9 touchdowns. He was healthy for 14 of the 16 games, also the best of his career. While Jason Garrett has said Murray will be the leader of the...

DeMarco Murray prepared to carry the ball ‘as many times as they give it to me’

ARLINGTON — Like Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray took part in his first preseason game Saturday night at AT&T Stadium. Murray played the first two series, getting the ball on nine of Dallas’ first …

Murray: I can carry it as much as needed

ARLINGTON, Texas – From the owner to the franchise quarterback, everyone in a position of authority has promised that the Dallas Cowboys would commit to the run this season. Pro Bowl running back DeMarco Murray vowed to be ready but basically said he’ll believe it when he sees it. Perhaps two series in a preseason games isn’t concrete proof, but Murray certainly got plenty of work during his brief appearance in Saturday night’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

DeMarco Murray will wait on numbers' talk

OXNARD, Calif. -- Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy has made no secret about his quest for 2,000 yards. New York Jets running back Chris Johnson has boasted about adding a second 2,000-yard season to his resume. Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is not quite ready to publicly state his 2014 intentions. “Well, I’m focused on getting better right now,” Murray said. “I’m not worried about individual accolades.
FFChamps.com Aug 13, 2014

DeMarco Murray Featured Back But In RBBC?

According to Jason La Canfora of cbssports.com, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said that he sees DeMarco Murray as "the leader of a committee" at running back, but he added that Murray has "bell-cow traits."Fantasy Spin:Murray is going to see plenty of touches, but the Cowboys will mix in Lance Dunbar to make sure Murray stays healthy. He's never played 16 games in a season and has dealt with injuries going back to college, so he's extremely risky at his current 12.6 ADP.

Is DeMarco Murray a 'bell cow?'

OXNARD, Calif. – Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett considers there to be two types of starting running backs in today’s NFL. There are a few “bell cows,” the Emmitt Smith-style workhorses that seem to be endangered species. There are a lot of “lead dogs” in committees. Which category fits Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray? “I see him as the leader of a committee, but boy, he’s got bell-cow traits,” Garrett said.
FFToday Aug 13, 2014

DeMarco Murray has "bellcow" traits

Cowboys HC Jason Garrett says RB is leader of committee Coach Jason Garrett said he sees DeMarco Murray as "the leader of a committee" in the Cowboys' backfield, but that he has "bellcow traits." (@Jason LaCanfora on Twitter) FF Today's Take: Despite what Garrett is saying, you should view Murray as an RB1 and possible first-round selection in fantasy drafts. There are very few RBs in the league who aren't part of some type of committee.

Cowboys wakeup call: Day 18

OXNARD, Calif. – Every day of Dallas Cowboys training camp, we’ll offer up a wake-up call that offers a quick review of the previous day and a preview of the current day. Today’s schedule: The Cowboys have changed their schedule and will practice at 3:45 p.m. PT today. Jason Garrett’s news conference is at noon. Practice was scheduled for 5:15 p.m. Quick thoughts on Saturday’s practice: DeMarco Murray has proven to be a pretty adept pass catcher during the last few years.
FFChamps.com Aug 8, 2014

Cowboys RB Randle Looks Good While Murray/Dunbar Sidelined

Cowboys second-year running back Joseph Randle was solid in a starting role with DeMarco Murray and Lance Dunbar sidelined.Fantasy Spin:Randle rushed 13 times for 50 yards. He's stuck at No. 3 on the depth chart, but showed he could perform if called upon.

Joseph Randle runs well, makes tackle

Joseph Randle started three games last season. The 2013 fifth-round pick did little to inspire confidence he could adequately replace DeMarco Murray, gaining 108 yards on 44 carries in those games. But he's had a good training camp, and it continued Thursday with a nice performance against San Diego. Randle gained 50 yards on 13 carries, a 3.8 average, but he ran through arm tackles and showed a burst and decisiveness we didn't always see last season.

Dallas Cowboys starter Jason Witten, DeMarco Murray not expected to play preseason opener

SAN DIEGO  – Tony Romo won’t play against San Diego on Thursday in the Cowboys’ preseason opener. But tight end Jason Witten and running backs DeMarco Murray and Lance Dunbar are also expected to sit out the game, according to …

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