On if he thought he proved his durability this past season:
DeMarco Murray, the Cowboys' third-round pick, said he hopes he's proved he's past his reputation as an injury-prone player. He was healthy all of last year with the Sooners, starting every game for the first time in his career.
"I missed four games in four years, and that was in the beginning of my career and had no problems after that, and I definitely bounced back and carried myself well," he said. "I’m 100 percent."
Murray missed the national championship game three years ago with a hamstring injury. He suffered it returning the opening kickoff in the Big 12 championship game.
He said he enrolled in a yoga class at Oklahoma as part of an effort to learn more about his body and how to take care of it.
“I realized how valuable my body is and how much I need to tend to it," he said.
Did he get an 'A' in yoga?
“It was pass or fail. And I passed," he said.
-- Carlos Mendez