DeMarco Murray Has Hand Surgery, Sunday’s Status Unknown


Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray suffered a broken bone in his hand during Sunday’s win over the Eagles and will undergo surgery on Monday, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett confirmed.

Earlier in the day, Cowboys COO Stephen Jones told a local radio station that Murray had injured his hand and would undergo surgery. NFL Media’s Albert Breer reported that Murray has a good chance to play this week against the Colts, according to a team source.

“Obviously, DeMarco Murray has a broken bone in his hand,” Jones told KRLD-FM. “At the same time, he hasn’t been ruled out. It’s not something that if it responds well after surgery today, that he can’t come back and play this weekend. It’s probably a tough expectation to think that he can, but we’ll see.”

via Dan Hanzus of NFL.com

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