Owners of Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray may have to wait another week before welcoming him back to your fantasy roster, after he missed another practice Wednesday with his nagging foot injury. He was seen without a protective boot on the sidelines during practice, so good news on that front, but according to Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, the team is in no hurry to get Murray back on the field.
Murray has been out since suffering the foot injury against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6.
If he can’t go Sunday night, the Cowboys will once again look to Felix Jones and Phillip Tanner in the backfield against a Atlanta Falcons run defense that allows 136.4 yards per game.
In Murray’s absence, Jones has rushed for 63 yards on 18 carries and one touchdown, while Tanner has 30 yards on 15 carries, although he played sparingly last week against the Giants.