Found October 15, 2012 on NFL Injury Report:
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray exited Sunday’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens with a sprained foot. He is set to undergo an MRI today, and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team isn’t sure if Murray will miss time due to the injury, reports Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News. “We just don’t have a way to gauge it right now,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said of Murray’s injured foot. “I wouldn’t necessarily rule him out of anything. It obviously was good enough to keep him off the field. I have no idea whether or not he’s going to be ready next week or not.” Murray sustained the injury late in the second quarter and only returned to play one snap in the second half. He was able to total 93 yards on 14 carries prior to the injury. Murray’s fill in, Felix Jones, also exited the game, but he was able to return as he was dealing with cramps. Corner back Morris Claiborne also left and returned for the Cowboys. Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt

Murray suffers sprained foot in Cowboys' loss

After rushing 13 times for 90 yards in the first half, Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray only carried once for three yards in the final two quarters. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said after the game that Murray suffered a sprained foot. While exiting the stadium, Murray, who admitted he was trying to get back in the game, didn't confirm an injury. "That...

DeMarco Murray ruled out for this week

Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones has ruled out running back DeMarco Murray for Sunday’s game against the Panthers.“I think we were encouraged that his sprain was not any more serious than it is,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “He’s a tough guy. I regret that we’re not going to have him against Carolina, which looks obvious. I’m encouraged...

Cowboys likely without Murray for next game

The Dallas Cowboys are expecting to be without running back DeMarco Murray for Sunday's game. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says it ''looks obvious'' that Murray won't play at Carolina because of his sprained left foot. Speaking on his weekly radio show Tuesday on KRLD-FM, the team's flagship station, Jones said the team is encouraged that the sprain wasn...

DeMarco Murray likely has a sprained foot

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, it looks like Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has a sprained foot.X-rays were negative on Murray’s foot, he will undergo an MRI on Monday.

Cowboys RB Murray ruled out this week with foot injury

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has been ruled out for this week because of a foot injury, ESPN Dallas reported Monday. The Cowboys had feared he may have sustained ligament damage and would be out for the year, but X-rays taken after Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens were negative. Murray was scheduled to have an MRI Monday morning but the results are not yet...

DeMarco Murray Sustains Sprained Foot

Dallas halfback DeMarco Murray sprained his foot during the first half of Sunday's game versus the Ravens. His return is questionable.Fantasy Spin:Down by two scores, the Cowboys will need to throw the ball to stay in this game. Even if Murray does return, we're not expecting him to have much of an impact during the second half.

DeMarco Murray Returns To Action

Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has returned to action after suffering a foot injury late in the first half.Fantasy Spin:Murray has had a solid game so far, going off for 93 yards rushing on 14 carries. He also has one catch for four yards.

Report: Cowboys worried DeMarco Murray suffered ligament damage

According to Todd Archer of, the Cowboys are worried that running back DeMarco Murray suffered ligament damage to his foot during yesterday’s loss to the Ravens.The good news is that it doesn’t look like it will be a season ending lisfranc injury.Felix Jones came in for Murray and ran for 92 yards against the Ravens.

Jerry Jones expects Morris Claiborne to play this week

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told the media that he expects rookie cornerback Morris Claiborne to play this week after suffering a left knee injury during last week’s loss to the Ravens.“As I saw it [Monday], I’m expecting Claiborne to play,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News.

Ray Lewis Clobbers DeMarco Murray

Not surprisingly, Ray Lewis had a monster hit today. During the Ravens game against the Cowboys, DeMarco Murray took a handoff up the middle and didn’t get far. Nice hit, Mr. Lewis. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

DeMarco Murray Doubtful For Week 7

According to Ed Werder of ESPN, Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (foot) is "doubtful" to play in Week 7 against the Panthers.Fantasy Spin:Murray's MRI revealed no broken bones but "some" ligament damage, according to the Cowboys' official website.

Battered and Bruised Ravens Prevail

(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)RAVENS – 31COWBOYS - 29The Baltimore Ravens kept their perfect record against the Dallas Cowboys going on Sunday afternoon, but it certainly was costly. In a contest that wasn’t decided until the final whistle, Baltimore saw Haloti Ngata, Lardarius Webb, Ray Lewis, and Jimmy Smith all get bit by the injury bug. Webb tore the ACL in his left...

MRI’s for Mike Jenkins, Morris Claiborne come back clean

Dallas Cowboys cornerback’s Morris Claiborne and Mike Jenkins both underwent MRI’s after suffering injuries during Sunday’s loss to the Ravens.Claiborne had his knee checked out and Jenkins had his shoulder examined, both tests came back clean with no structural damage.I’d be surprised if either player misses any time.
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