|Week 17 (@WAS) - Average||16.5||60.5||1.0||0||0||0||12|
|Week 17 (@WAS) - Dave Richard||15||50||1||0||0||0||11|
|Week 17 (@WAS) - Jamey Eisenberg||18||71||1||0||0||0||13|
|2014 Season - Average||238.0||1188.0||9.0||54.0||403.0||1.0||200|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||251||1147||9||46||273||0||177|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||225||1229||9||62||533||2||222|
|Current Player Ranking: 7|
|Red Zone Stats|
|56||148||12|| 94.9||4||4||19||0|| 7.1|
|01/30/2015||Julius Thomas, TE DEN|
DeMarco Murray, RB DAL
|C.J. Anderson, RB DEN|
Davante Adams, WR GB
Travis Kelce, TE KC
|01/25/2015||Arian Foster, RB HOU|
Zac Stacy, RB STL
|DeMarco Murray, RB DAL|
|01/24/2015||DeMarco Murray, RB DAL||A.J. Green, WR CIN|
Carlos Hyde, RB SF
Rank Among Leaders
DeMarco on free agency: 'At end of day it's about winning a Super Bowl'
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(1/29/15) Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray was on The Dan Patrick Show on Thursday talking about his thought process heading into free agency. Murray obviously said all the right things about wanting to return to Dallas, and hoping the team can sign him and Dez Bryant, who will also be a free agent, to long-term contracts.
However, Murray was also very forthcoming about the notion of playing for another NFL team.
“Yeah. I understand the business aspect of it,” he said, per The Dallas Morning News. “There’s no hard feelings if we can’t reach a deal together. But hopefully we can and we’ll see what happens.”
Murray, who rushed for a career-best 1,845 yards in 2014, will likely sign the most-lucrative contract of his career this offseason. But he added money won't be the only factor in who he signs with.
“I don’t think about [the one big contract], I’m thinking about winning a Super Bowl,” Murray said. “What’s best for me to win a Super Bowl and win one now. At the end of the day, the money is irrelevant to some degree. But you definitely want to get what you’re worth and things like that.
“At the end of the day it’s about winning a Super Bowl.”
QB Romo doing his part to convince Cowboys to keep Murray, Bryant
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(1/23/15) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said Friday he is doing everything in his power to convince owner Jerry Jones to lock up running back DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant to long-term contracts, per The Dallas Morning News.
“I’m pretty consistently [talking to Jones], and everyone around the building, about bringing them both back,” Romo said on 103.3 [KESN-FM]. “I think everybody understands how great these guys are and how lucky we are to have them.
“Any time you get talented guys where you can put more than two on one side of the ball, you get three, four, if you’re lucky enough to ever get five, it’s one of those things where if you can put a group like that together you can make a run and be very difficult for teams to deal with for years.
“I think that’s what you’re trying to build ultimately is to have sustained success. We have an opportunity to have that.”
DeMarco Murray understands Cowboys' tough decision
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(1/21/15) Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray reacted to owner Jerry Jones' comments regarding the tough challenge the team faces in keeping both him and wide receiver Dez Bryant, saying he understands the "business aspect" of the situation, ESPN.com reports.
"Those guys know how I am as a person and I understand that business aspect," Murray said. "I don’t get butt-hurt. I don’t get my feelings hurt. I believe in myself and what I’m capable of doing and whoever it is I’m playing for next year, I know I’m going to make a huge impact."
Murray added that he would love to return to the Cowboys in 2015 but acknowledged that several factors will be considered before he makes a decision on his next contract.
"Obviously I love playing with these guys, love playing for Jerry, love playing for Jason [Garrett]," Murray said. "He’s a helluva coach, a helluva guy. The things I’ve learned from him and [Jason Witten] in the four years I’ve been here, I’m very gracious and appreciative of it. If the chips fall that way, I’m excited and would love to come back. I don’t know what’s going to happen, so we’ll see ... I’ve thought about a lot of things I haven’t told anyone yet, not even my agent or not even my family. You can sit back and look at the pros and cons of many different situations and you think of yourself and think of your family in these situations."
Murray rushed for a league-high 1,845 yards on 392 carries and 13 touchdowns, adding 57 receptions for 416 yards in the passing game. However, the running back also lost five fumbles during the regular season.
Jerry Jones: Tough to sign both Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(1/15/15) Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said even with a salary cap increase, it will be a "challenge" to re-sign both wideout Dez Bryant and running back DeMarco Murray, reports the Dallas Morning News. Both stars are impending free agents.
Dallas could use the franchise tag on Bryant, who caught 88 passes for 1,320 yards and 16 touchdowns. The tag for receivers cost $12.3 million this season.
Murray led the NFL with 1,845 rushing yards. He reportedly turned down a four-year, $16 million offer from the team.
Report: Cowboys offered Murray $16 million over four years
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(1/13/15) The Cowboys and running back DeMarco Murray have reportedly already begun the negotiating process. The Cowboys reportedly offered Murray a four-year deal worth a little over $16 million, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
The offer would make Murray the eighth-highest paid running back in football, behind Adrian Peterson ($12.75 million), LeSean McCoy ($9.75 million), Matt Forte ($7 million), Arian Foster ($6 million), Marshawn Lynch ($5 million), Jamaal Charles ($4.45 million), and Jonathan Stewart ($4.25 million) on base salary, according to Sportstrac.
Murray led the league in rushing in 2014, rushing for 1,845 yards and 13 touchdowns.
|Finally, we saw what DeMarco Murray could do when healthy, and he was a star in 2013. We're hoping he has a solid encore performance this year. Murray played in a career-high 14 games (he missed two games with a knee injury) and set career highs in carries (217), rushing yards (1,121), rushing touchdowns (nine), receptions (53), receiving yards (350) and receiving touchdowns (one). He finished as the No. 7 Fantasy running back in standard leagues, and we're expecting another big year from him in 2014. There are always going to be injury concerns with Murray, who missed nine games through the first two seasons of his career. But he has 1,500 total yards, double digits in touchdowns potential, and we like him as a No. 1 running back worth a pick in Round 2. The addition of Scott Linehan as offensive coordinator could help Murray as a receiver, and if he stays healthy another big year should be a definite possibility.
(Updated 5/29/14) |