Found August 22, 2013 on Fox Sports:
DeMarco Murray stares down discussions about two injury-plagued seasons with the Dallas Cowboys the same way he does defenders in the open field: as though he's about to hit something. ''Any other questions,'' the third-year running back says with a glare. Murray is ready to do what he finally did in his third year with the Oklahoma Sooners - put in a full season after frustrating setbacks cut short the first two. He's just not interested in rehashing the broken right ankle that ended his rookie season in Dallas seven weeks after he set a franchise record with 253 yards in his first start. Or the dislocated kneecap with the Sooners late in his freshman season after Murray set a school record with five touchdowns in his debut. ''There are some things that I can't control,'' said Murray, who missed six more games last season with a sprained left foot. ''All I can control is when I'm out there on the field and doing whatever I...
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