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Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has not played since Week 6. According to head coach Jason Garrett, the running back is still working on being able to push off with his sprained left foot.
Garrett and the Cowboys have not said that Murray suffered a set back. Still one has to wonder when there was initial belief that Murray would return in Week 8 and there has still been no clear answer with Week 13 on deck.
We should all know more about Murray and his left foot as the week goes on. Thus far we have heard all the cliches in regards to when Murray will return.
Without Murray the Cowboys have had to rely on Felix Jones. Dallas is the worst team in the NFL running the ball as they have averaged a mere 78.7 yards per game.
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Apparently a Georgia man has become so tired of Jerry Jones running the Dallas Cowboys that he has created a petition on the White House's website to have Jones removed as owner and general manager of the NFL franchise.
The petition reads: "We, the Citizens of the Great State of Texas, and Dallas Cowboys fans worldwide, have been oppressed by an over controlling, delusional...
Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter is out of for the season with a dislocated left elbow, making him the fourth Dallas defensive starter to go on injured reserve.
Carter injured the elbow in Thursday's 38-31 loss to Washington. The Cowboys have lost both inside linebackers with defensive leader Sean Lee suffering a season-ending toe injury last month.
The other defensive starters...
Cowboys wideout Miles Austin is dealing with both hamstring and hip injuries. SOURCE: Calvin Watkins, ESPNDallas.comFantasy Spin:Austin had remained relatively healthy this season but suffered a hip injury in Thursday's game versus Washington and didn't return. The receiver had to miss six games last season due to multiple hamstring injuries so it's obviously bad news...
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys wide receiver has been battling a hamstring injury and now has a problem with his hip.
Miles Austin is still battling hamstring issues and now hip problem.
— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) November 26, 2012
It’s been obvious that Austin hasn’t been healthy all season. Seems like he picked up right where he left off...
Miles Austin, DeMarco Murray
Austin left many fantasy owners with a zero in the scoring column after the receiver limped off the field during Dallas' Thanksgiving Day loss to Washington. Austin was diagnosed with a right hip strain, an injury that could be particularly bothersome given his history.
Austin missed six games during the 2012 season with strains to both his left...
Because online petitions always get results, a Cowboys fan has started one on the official website of White House to ask President Obama to remove Jerry Jones as general manager and owner of the Dallas Cowboys. Totally the kind of thing the founders envisioned the executive branch doing.
It reads: “We, the Citizens of the Great State of Texas, and Dallas Cowboys fans worldwide...
Cowboys receiver Miles Austin is expected to play Sunday night against the Eagles. SOURCE: Ed Werder, ESPNFantasy Spin:Austin had remained relatively healthy this season left Thursday's game against Washington early with injuries. He's expected to recover in time for Sunday's game, a source told Werder.
When something happens once, it can be seen as creative or entertaining. When it happens again, it is far less humorous. That is the case when a Dallas Cowboys fan from the state of Georgia started a petition to President Obama to force change of their favorite team. It has also happened with the Auburn Tigers when some fans asked Obama to fire Gene Chizik.
They got their wish, although...
Could this be the week? Seems like we ask that question every week and since week 6 the answer has been no. The news on the foot is good and Jason Garrett has said that Murray wouldn't necessarily have to practice fully before returning to action. There is no definitive word on whether or not he will play so this is up in the air for at least one more week.