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October 29, 2012

Garrett says Murray "moving around ... better" as he recuperates from foot injury

Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said running back DeMarco Murray, the team’s leading rusher, “seems like he’s moving around a little bit better” after missing two games with a sprained foot. Owner Jerry Jones indicated Sunday that he expects Murray to play against Atlanta but Garrett said Monday that Murray’s status remains day-to-day.

Garrett offered no medical update Monday on inside linebacker Dan Connor, who left Sunday’s game with a neck stinger. Connor’s status is undetermined for the Atlanta game.

Defensive end Sean Lissemore (high ankle sprain) walked Monday for the first time without the protective boot he had been wearing but said there is no specific timetable for his return.

_ Jimmy Burch

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Demarco Murray is one more injury away from being given the label "INJURY PRONE". With his next injury he gets that label and with that label comes the conclusion that he cannot be a # 1 back.

I swear, 90% of Jerry Jones' football moves backfire. He is such a loser when it comes to being a football executive. Every team in the NFL hopes he continues to run the team...and NFC East teams pray every night he never fires himself.

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