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The Dallas Cowboys placed running back DeMarco Murray on injured reserve Tuesday with a fractured ankle.
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DALLAS – DeMarco Murray chose Twitter to make his first public-comments following his season-ending injury Sunday night in the 37-34 loss to the Giants.
“God is too good! Minor setback but guarantee I’ll be back a better football player! Love my teammates and #cowboynation! Thanks for support!!” Murray tweeted.
Murray suffered a fracture right ankle in the first quarter...
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The Cowboys' DeMarco Murray was forced from Sunday night's game against the Giants with a right ankle injury with 4:54 left in the first quarter after an 8-yard run.
DeMarco Murray’s rookie season if officially over.
Not that this came as a surprise following Sunday night’s loss to the Giants, in which Murray suffered a fractured right ankle, but he underwent surgery on the ankle on Monday and was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday, per the Dallas Morning News. Dallas replaced Murray on the roster with the signing of Sammy Morris today...
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray left Sunday night's game against the Giants with an apparent ankle injury.
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The Dallas Cowboys needed help at running back. They got it in the form of Sammy Morris, the former New England Patriot running back. The Cowboys signed the 12 year veteran on Tuesday morning.
Dallas was in dire need of running back depth after losing DeMarco Murray to a broken right ankle in the first quarter of Sunday night’s game against the New York...
One of the biggest stories in the NFL this year, and without a doubt the biggest story for the Dallas Cowboys in 2011, has been the emergence of DeMarco Murray as the Cowboys' workhorse running back.
Murray burst on to the NFL scene on Oct. 23 after Felix Jones was lost to injury in the prior week. Tashard Choice got the ceremonial start against the St. Louis Rams, but the game...
DALLAS – With DeMarco Murray out for the rest of the season with a fractured right ankle, the Cowboys are likely to sign San Antonio’s Sammy Morris to add depth at running back.
ESPNDallas.com is reporting that the Jay graduate is scheduled to visit Valley Ranch on Tuesday and sign later that day. Citing anonymous sources, the web site also reported that Murray will undergo surgery...
Cowboys sign former New England Patriots running back Sammy Morris to replace DeMarco Murray.
With the Cowboys losing DeMarco Murray to a broken ankle and Felix Jones not sufficiently durable to be a 25-carry-per-game workhorse and some guy named Phillip Tanner (not to be confused with Tanner Boyle) as the only other option on the roster, the Cowboys need a tailback. Presumably, the Cowboys will have a Gong Show…
After losing RB DeMarco Murray for the remainder of the season, the Dallas Cowboys moved on Tuesday to sign veteran RB Sammie Morris but also announced that RB Felix Jones will receive a “big workload”. Jones really has no other option than to shoulder a big load because other than Morris, who has not played football this season, he is the only running back on the...
The Cowboys couldn't handle the Giants at home, as they lost 37-34 in prime time on Sunday Night Football.
Quarterback Tony Romo did his job though - for Dallas and fantasy owners - as he completed 21 of 31 passes for 321 yards, with four touchdowns and no interceptions. He fired two or more scoring strikes for the ninth time this season, and also collected his...
ARLINGTON – Whether the Cowboys win or lose, you can always count on Jerry Jones to fill your notebook.
But that wasn’t the case after Sunday night’s 37-34 loss to the Giants. Jerry spent all of about 30 seconds talking to reporters and here’s what he had to say:
“Guys, very disappointing. Major game for both teams, my hat’s off to the Giants. They didn’t quit. They...