from the article:
There is no question of how well Murray played in 2013, and what he meant to this offense not only carrying the ball but as a receiver and blitz pickup back. In scout’s terms, Murray is a complete back and in this day and age, is one of those guys that never comes off the field. What is working against Murray is that the view of how the position is used and how it is now compensated has changed drastically over the last three seasons.
We have seen plenty of examples of highly compensated running backs, released to only be replaced by cheaper options or more than one man to handle the job. Where Murray and the Cowboys need to be smart is to find a common ground where both parties can live with the agreement. Murray would be wise to take a page out of Doug Free’s book by getting a real grasp of what the market for his position might be and work from there.
Free was more than willing to work with the club and he was able to grab two nice seasons of money for his services. I believe that Murray can work a deal with the Cowboys, but he is going to have to be realistic about the number of years and the potential money available.
Third-round rookie DeMarco Murray reported to Cowboys training camp Thursday with a hamstring injury and “could miss two weeks.”
This sucks, it just adds to the “he’s injury prone” crap people have been saying about DeMarco.
Hit this BBQ joint, when I went to the Big 12 championship game. the BBQ is in Grapevine Texas, not far from the Stadium
The Cowboys signed wide receiver Travis Wilson.
Wilson, who was originally a third-round draft pick out of Oklahoma by the Cleveland Browns, joined the Cowboys practice squad on Oct. 1 and remained there all season.
Before joining the Cowboys, Wilson spent three weeks on the Denver Broncos practice squad after being released by the Broncos on the final roster reductions.