IRVING, Texas (105.3 THE FAN) – When the Dallas Cowboys starting five offensive linemen exited their meeting room at Valley Ranch on Wednesday, they found their locker stalls stuffed with a gift: brand-new iMac computers valued at $1,300, a token of appreciation from NFL leading rusher DeMarco Murray.
“It was pretty nice,” said rookie right guard Zack Martin. “We just walked in and he gave them to us. It was pretty cool.”READ MORE: Jake Ellzey Defeats Susan Wright In Runoff Special Election For Texas' 6th Congressional District Seat
Added left guard Ron Leary, laughing: “If it’s free, I’ll take it!”
Murray is leading the NFL in rushing with 913 yards, nearly 300 more than his competitors. He is on pace to rush for over 2,000 yards for the 6-1 Cowboys, who are preparing for next Monday night’s visit from the Redskins.
The recipients appeared to be Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick, Doug Free, Leary and Martin, who joked, “Once you go mac, you never go back.”READ MORE: 2 People Killed In Chemical Incident At Plant Near Houston
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