A lot has happened to the Dallas Cowboys since Dez Bryant caught it at Lambeau Field.
Someone who’s experienced a lot of action, depending on how you define action, is running back DeMarco Murray.
Murray scorned Cowboys fans in the offseason following the epic defeat in Green Bay, just one year after rushing for more yards in a single-season than any Dallas player ever. How did he scorn them, exactly? He signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Of course, infamously, Murray was dissatisfied in the city of brotherly love, looking to escape after just one season (he ran 193 times for 702 yards and six scores that season). There were whispers that Philadelphia and Dallas considered consummating a trade, but Howie Roseman shipped DeMarco off to Tennessee.
“It was, like, 95 percent sure I was going to come back there,” Murray said in a phone interview.


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