Dallas Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett met with running back DeMarco Murray in what sources tell 105.3 The Fan was a “significant” session.
DeMarco Murray is not currently with the Dallas Cowboys. He’s making that abundantly clear on social media.
An early rush to haul in those big bucks will be followed by weeks of secondary signings that often are more critical to a team’s success than the headline-grabbing deal.
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.
DeMarco Murray may not have a deal with the Dallas Cowboys. That doesn’t mean he’s not participating in team activities.
DeMarco Murray has run off with The Associated Press NFL Offensive Player Of The Year award for the 2014 season.
Dez Bryant is sitting out the NFL Pro Bowl, the Rangers picked up Yovani Gallardo, and it’s time to focus on college basketball. Bill Jones looks at some local sports headlines.
The question of DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant staying in Dallas could end up a tough choice between the NFL rushing leader or the league’s highest-scoring receiver.
The NFL said Thursday that Watt and Brown will be paired and Murray and Haden will work together for the Sunday, Jan. 25 game at University of Phoenix Stadium.
The Cowboys aren’t in “cap hell” as some might have you believe. They can free up a lot of money if they so please. Mike Fisher walks us through the details.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray, the NFL’s leading rusher, was voted the 2014 Offensive Player of the Year by the Professional Football Writers of America.
The Cowboys opened the season with few expectations but finished in the playoffs and were one call away from moving on to the NFC Championship. Here’s a look at the Cowboys 2014 season.