DeMarco Murray, the NFL’s 2014 rushing champion, has agreed to a five-year, $42-million deal to leave Dallas via free agency to instead join the Philadelphia Eagles.
DeMarco Murray’s family members are spreading the word, according to 105.3 The Fan: “He’s going to be an Eagle.”
The free-agent running back will fly to Philadelphia on Thursday for his first — and maybe only — outside-of-Dallas visit.
The Buccaneers played host to Bruce Carter on Tuesday and today have signed the former Dallas Cowboys linebacker to a four-year contract.
‘I don’t like the Cowboys,” tweeted Philly defensive back Malcolm Jenkins. ‘But I do like DeMarco Murray …. Come on over to the dark side bro! We’ll treat you good!’
After Tuesday’s late-night post-Mavs-game private meeting between DeMarco Murray and Jason Garrett, the possibility of the NFL’s leading rusher returning to the Cowboys seems as likely as ever.
Antonio Cromartie thinks he’s a fit in Dallas. Brandon Carr could see his deal re-worked. But for now, the Cowboys are hesitant to make either move for a cornerback.
Dallas Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett met with running back DeMarco Murray in what sources tell 105.3 The Fan was a “significant” session.
Sources tell 105.3 The Fan that Jacksonville is also in conversation with Parnell teammate DeMarco Murray, which would quality as a major get — but might cost the Jags $9 million a year.
The Cowboys have retained one of their most important free agency pieces not named “Dez Bryant,’’
You can be one of the top four scoring teams in the NBA, but you aren’t going to stay that way for long if three of your four heavy-lifters aren’t lifting.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been cast to play the U.S. President on “Sharknado 3″, the sci-fi thriller set to debut in July on SyFy.