• Ravens gearing up for healthy dose of DeMarco Murray

    Summary of 13 articles · Updated Oct 15, 2012
    Running back DeMarco Murray left Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens with an injury. Running back DeMarco Murray hurt his foot in the first half, an injury that’s being called a sprain. Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has suffered ligament damage in his left foot and is unlikely to play against the Carolina Panthers, owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday. A ligament injury would mean some time on the shelf, but Murray should be able to return to the team in that case. But looking beyond the coming weeks, the Cowboys have to wonder just how much they'll be able to count on him if it's going to be a struggle to keep him healthy. The Panthers allow 127 rush yards per game, and the combination of Felix Jones Phillip Tanner and Lance Dunbar should be able to gain yards on the ground, especially if the Cowboys' line blocks as well as it did Sunday in Baltimore.
    • Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray expected to miss Carolina game

      IRVING - Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is expected to miss Sunday’s game at Carolina with a sprained left foot. But the news the Cowboys received Monday is encouraging. The MRI revealed that Murray did suffer ligament damage in the first half of
    • Cowboys' Murray, Claiborne injured vs. Ravens

      Rookie cornerback Morris Claiborne suffered an apparent left knee injury in the first half of Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens and running back DeMarco Murray also was hurt.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • The Ranch Report: Baltimore 31, Dallas 29

    History repeats itself. For the second consecutive season, the Cowboys emerge from the bye week with a road game against one of the best teams in the AFC. The Cowboys play better than they did in the game preceding the bye week, give themselves a chance…

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