Rehabilitation seems to be going well for Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray. The team's leading rusher tore ligaments in his right ankle during a Week 14 loss to the New York Giants, cutting his rookie season short and forcing him to have surgery.
But according to a Friday radio interview, Murray has been running and is on track to increase his workload in the next month.
"It's coming along well," Murray told NFL Radio on SiriusXM. "I just started running last week and we have a great rehabilitation staff at the Cowboys' facility, so I'm doing good."
During his four years at Oklahoma, Murray missed several games while he battled through knee and hamstring injuries. But the third-round pick isn't worried about getting labeled injury prone.
He says that's something that's out of his hands.
"I can't control whether or not I get injured or not," Murray said. "That's all a part of God's plan, not that he doesn't have a great plan for me. There's not a day I go out there and...