• DeMarco Murray becomes the fifth Dallas Cowboy picked for the Pro Bowl

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jan 21, 2014
    Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has been picked to play in Sunday’s Pro Bowl. The Cowboys have announced that running back DeMarco Murray will join the NFL’s all-star game, based on a knee injury to 49ers running back Frank Gore. Murray, who is taking the place of San Francisco running back Frank Gore, joins left tackle Tyron Smith, wide receiver Dez Bryant, tight end Jason Witten and defensive tackle Jason Hatcher as the fifth Cowboy selected for the game. Murray only missed two games in 2013 en route to his first 1,000-yard season and the Cowboys’ first since Julius Jones in 2006, but he’s missed a total of 11 games in his three-year pro career. The one who isnt practicing still drew a pretty good throng during interviews on Monday night, as Georgias Aaron Murray said he is making great progress in coming back from his ACL injury. Not because the measuring session had anything to do with his ability to lead an offense, but because it allowed him to surpass an arbitrary number that likely will make him more palatable to those NFL coaches and personnel people who allow pounds and inches to occupy the same sphere of importance as wins and touchdowns in the nation's toughest collegiate league.
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