The Cowboys are counting on DeMarco Murray carrying a bigger load this season, but at the moment, he’s not even practicing.
The oft-injured running back won’t be practicing during OTAs today, as he rehabs a hamstring injury suffered last week.
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, the injury was termed minor by coach Jason Garrett last week, and they hope he can return at some point this week.
The only concern is that it’s a trend.
Murray’s missed nine games in two seasons with various leg injuries. And after letting Felix Jones walk this offseason, the Cowboys go into the year with Murray, fifth-rounder Joseph Randle and not much else to speak of.