DeMarco Murray Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on DeMarco Murray's injury
IRVING, Texas -- On Thanksgiving Day, the Cowboys rushed for 144 yards, marking the second consecutive week the team reached over 100 yards this season. It was a solid outing by starter DeMarco Murray and backup Lance Dunbar. But late in the fourth quarter, Dunbar suffered a left knee injury and the next day it was determined he would be missed for the rest of the 2013 season because he needed surgery. Murray is hoping what's left of the run game, Phillip Tanner and Joseph Randle, can build on what's finally been started this season: a run game.
IRVING, Texas -- As the Dallas Cowboys go forward without Lance Dunbar as their change-of-pace running back behind DeMarco Murray, rookie Joseph Randle is ready. “I’m just going to go in there and make plays and do what I’ve been doing since I was 3,” Randle said. Earlier in the year with Murray bothered by a knee injury and Dunbar slowed by a hamstring strain, Randle was the No. 1 back. In four games he carried 45 times for 111 yards.
IRVING, Texas -- Lance Dunbar had surgery on his left knee on Tuesday. Now the Dallas Cowboys have to figure out how to replace him. "DeMarco Murray is our lead back, has been our lead back all year long, has done an excellent job for us, did a really good job in the game the other day again," coach Jason Garrett said. "He'll be the lead dog. The other guys, Joseph Randle and Phillip Tanner will have to step up if they have an opportunity if DeMarco can't go.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss the team's mindset heading into their bye week, playing for Jerry Jones, and much more.
In the NFL’s constant war of attrition, injuries can decide games, seasons and a whole lot of futures. Here’s who will give it a shot, and who will not, as we head into Week 9 of the 2013 season: Active DeMarco Murray, RB, Dallas Cowboys (knee): Murray missed the Cowboys’ last two games with a […]
ARLINGTON – Running back DeMarco Murray returns to active duty today after missing two games with a knee sprain. As expected, the Cowboys’ list of inactive players include wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) and defensive end DeMarcus Ware (thigh). The Cowboys are hopeful Ware will return next week against New Orleans after missing three straight Read More
Wide receiver Miles Austin and defensive end DeMarcus Ware are listed as doubtful to play against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, but running back DeMarco Murray is expected to return. Austin (hamstring) and Ware (thigh) did not participate in practice...
SAN ANTONIO – Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray appears set to return to action Sunday against Minnesota after missing the last two games with a knee injury. “I’m feeling better,” Murray, who had full participation in practice Wednesday, told reporters in Irving. “Feel like I can contribute at a high level and help this team Read More
IRVING – When it comes to running back DeMarco Murray and defensive end DeMarcus Ware returning to action, the Cowboys will take it slow with both players, owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday on his radio show. Murray was inactive for Sunday’s 17-3 win at Philadelphia due to a knee injury. The former Oklahoma standout sprained Read More
The Cowboys officially list defensive end DeMarcus Ware (thigh) and running back DeMarco Murray (knee) as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Ware and Murray both missed practice all week. Ware said Friday that he is feeling better. He...
Cowboys-Eagles injury update: DE DeMarcus Ware and RB DeMarco Murray doubtful. Could Michael Vick play?
The week’s final injury report has been released, and defensive end DeMarcus Ware and running back DeMarco Murray are listed as doubtful for the Cowboys. That means each is given only a 25 percent chance of taking the field Sunday …
SAN ANTONIO – The Dallas Cowboys listed defensive end DeMarcus Ware and running back DeMarco Murray as doubtful for Sunday’s game at Philadelphia, meaning there’s a 75 percent chance they won’t play in the battle of 3-3 teams for the NFC East lead. Neither player practiced this week after suffering their injuries in last week’s Read More
IRVING, Texas -- In his first two seasons as a professional, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray failed to play a full season due to injury. Last week, Murray suffered a sprained left knee against the Washington Redskins, raising concerns about his availability for Sunday's game at Philadelphia. While Murray said he's preparing to play against the Eagles, the concerns the Cowboys had about his durability are becoming stronger by the day. This past spring, the Cowboys drafted running back Joseph Randle in the fifth round with the hope he would take over should Murray get hurt again.
Running back DeMarco Murray and defensive end DeMarcus Ware sat out practice Wednesday, reinforcing the thought that they will miss Sunday’s game at Philadelphia. Murray, who left the game last week because of a sprained left knee, did some running...
IRVING, Texas -- An already thin Cowboys defensive line is even thinner in practice today, with DeMarcus Ware and George Selvie out and Jason Hatcher limited. Ware is not expected to play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles because of a quadriceps strain, and Selvie is bothered by a sore shoulder. Hatcher has been battling a stinger the last two weeks and was limited during practice leading into the game against the Washington Redskins. Running backs DeMarco Murray and Lance Dunbar are also missing practice with knee and hamstring injuries.
IRVING, Texas -- With injuries to DeMarco Murray and Lance Dunbar, the Dallas Cowboys signed running back Davin Meggett to the practice squad. Murray is not expected to play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles because of a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee. Dunbar missed the Washington Redskins' game with a hamstring injury and was unsure he would be able to practice this week. Rookie Joseph Randle and Phillip Tanner are the only healthy running backs on the 53-man roster.
With running back DeMarco Murray and Lance Dunbar already ruled out of Sunday's game against the Eagles, the Cowboys made a move to shore up the position by signing Davin Meggett to the practice squad. Joseph Randle and Phillip Tanner...
DeMarco Murray has an MCL sprain in his knee, and the Cowboys are bracing for his absence. “Yeah, DeMarco, that’s going to be a tough loss,” quarterback Tony Romo said. Murray went out early in Sunday night’s game against the...
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (29) talks to trainers after being injured against the Washington Redskins during their NFL football game in Arlington, Texas on October 13, 2013. (Michael [...]
The injuries for Cowboys, DeMarco Murray and DeMarcus Ware are likely to keep both players from facing the Eagles.
The Cowboys got good news of sorts on Monday when it revealed that running back DeMarco Murray and defensive end DeMarcus Ware didn't sustain any long-term injuries after being sidelined in Sunday's 31-16 victory against the Redskins. Per a source,...
DeMarco Murray and DeMarcus Ware leave Cowboys game against Redskins with injuries.
Defensive end DeMarcus Ware and running DeMarco Murray were sidelined in the second quarter with quad and knee injuries. So backup defensive end Kyle Wilber and running back Joseph Randle helped key the 31-16 victory against the Redskins with a...
IRVING, Texas – A team’s record with a 100-yard rusher can be a misleading statistic. Was the 100-yard rushing performance more cause or effect? Did the running back’s big day play a critical role in building a lead or did he do much of his damage while his team was protecting a lead in the fourth quarter? In the case of DeMarco Murray, there is no doubt. The Cowboys are 5-0 when Murray has broken the 100-yard barrier during his career, including four double-digit victories.
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss Cowboys coach Jason Garrett's decision to bench RB DeMarco Murray after he fumbled in a preseason game against the Bengals.
DeMarco Murray joins Matthew Berry to discuss his health and the state of the Cowboys' offense for the 2013 season.
Tim Hasselbeck and Darren Woodson discuss whose success is more vital to the Cowboys this season - Dez Bryant or DeMarco Murray.
After appearing on First Take Entertainer Ashanti and Cowboys Running Back decided to have a race on campus.