Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray will make his Pro Bowl debut. He was added to the all-star roster Monday as an injury replacement for San Francisco running back Frank Gore.
He joins teammates Tyron Smith, Dez Bryant, Jason Hatcher and Jason Witten for Sunday's unconferenced all-star game. Smith, Bryant and Hatcher also are making their Pro Bowl debuts.
Murray started 14 games, missing two with a knee injury. He led the team with 217 carries for 1,121 yards and nine touchdowns. He also added 53 receptions for 350 yards and one score. Murray is the team's first running back selected to the Pro Bowl since Marion Barber in 2007 and just the second since Emmitt Smith’s final trip to Hawaii in 1999.
-- Charean Williams