A trio of former Cowboys enjoyed an evening out in Dallas recently, and it’s clear at least one of them still feels bitter over the team’s infamous loss to the Green Bay Packers a few years back.
Between his dwindling lack of touches and a need to deal with some pressing roster needs on the defensive side of the ball, the speculation out the City of Brotherly Love is that the Philadelphia Eag
The discussion revolving around DeMarco Murray’s drop in touches in recent weeks — not to mention his lack of production over the entire season — have been a source of much consternation when i
Chip Kelly quashed any notion that he has any concern over the rapidly decreasing amount of touches DeMarco Murray has been receiving in recent games, arguing victories above all else is what matters
DeMarco Murray didn’t reveal much on Thursday concerning the nature of the conversation he had with Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie during a team flight following Sunday’s victory
A theory being floated in NFL circles is that DeMarco Murray is unhappy with is current situation and is attempting to leverage his release from the Philadelphia Eagles and an ultimate reunion with t
With the Philadelphia Eagles set to face the Dallas Cowboys for the second time this season, DeMarco Murray was confronted with another round of questions about whether he wishes he hadn’t made
One of the most surprising story lines to emerge up to the quarter-pole point of the NFL season is how the Philadelphia Eagles have been incapable of utilizing the talents of high-prized free agent a
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly provided an update on DeMarco Murray before Wednesday morning’s practice session, but even though the running back took part in activities Tuesday, his sta
DeMarco Murray attempted to downplay the notion that there will be extra emotion, added intensity and increased tension come Sunday when his new team, the Philadelphia Eagles, squares with his his fo
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy has never run short on confidence, so it should come as no surprise that he doesn’t view Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray among those play
The Philadelphia Eagles landed the most coveted running back available during the offseason by signing DeMarco Murray to a five-year, $42 million contract.
DeMarco Murray’s decision to leave the Dallas Cowboys and sign with the rival Philadelphia Eagles obviously sent shockwaves throughout the entire NFC East.
The Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday introduced DeMarco Murray and the running back wasted no time in pointing out that his team team made him feel wanted, seemingly much more than the Dallas Cowboys
It now appears that after reportedly not being in contact since some time last week, at least a representative of DeMarco Murray has spoken with the Dallas Cowboys.