Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray sidelined with hamstring injury during first OTA
Summary of 2 articles · Updated May 21, 2013
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray would fall into the latter group. Hamstring problems aren’t anything new for Murray. Now, Murray is bothered by a tweaked hamstring that forced him to miss the Cowboys’ first organized team activity Tuesday. Garrett said, via the team’s website, that the team was taking a conservative approach with Murray because there’s no sense in doing anything else in May. At Oklahoma, during the 2008 season, he missed the BCS national championship game after suffering a partial rupture in his left hamstring tendon. He’s missed nine games over his first two seasons, including six last season with a foot problem, and had his fair share of injuries in college as well.