Running back DeMarco Murray doesn't want to talk about his now-healed ankle or any of his other injuries. He feels good, even after an inadvertant collision with linebacker Sean Lee during Wednesday's OTA.
Lee hit Murray on a pass near the goal line in seven-on-seven drills. Murray hit the ground.
“It’s the NFL,” Murray said. “Sean Lee didn’t try to hit me. We were both going pretty fast. We both tried to stop. I tried to make a cut underneath him. He was going so fast. He played it really, really well and we just kind of ran into each other.”
Murray appears fully recovered from a fractured right ankle that ended his season in December and required surgery. He rushed for 897 yards on 164 carries and scored two touchdowns, with only Tony Dorsett, Calvin Hill and Emmitt Smith rushing for more yards as rookies.
-- Charean Williams