DeMarco Murray a longshot to make fantasy return in Week 11

Tim Heitman-US PRESSWIRE

Team sources don't think DeMarco (foot) will be ready to play in Week 11. We break down the fantasy implications.

Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray (foot) still has no set timetable for a return. According to beat writer Clarence Hill, team sources are saying "don't count on Murray playing this week" and he's "not there yet". Murray has participated in some individual drills, but has yet to be medically cleared for practice yet.

Murray sprained his foot in Week 6 and hasn't played since.

Fantasy Impact: The source isn't ruling out Murray yet, saying "things could change", but it sounds like it will be a miracle if he suits up against the Browns next week. We'll have to see him start practicing again before we can pencil him back into fantasy lineups.

Felix Jones should get the start again. Jones is wildly inconsistent, but got 93 yards on Sunday and has a favorable matchup against Cleveland. Consider him a RB2/flex option next week.

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