DeMarco Murray may not return for a couple of more weeks, fantasy value very low for Week 11

Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (foot) may not return for a few more weeks. We break down the fantasy implications.

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray may not return for a couple of more weeks, executive vice president Stephen Jones said Wednesday on KRLD-FM. Murray was on the field Wednesday with a helmet and cleats but was doing rehab work on his injured foot.

Murray has missed the last four games for Dallas because of the sprained foot, giving way to Felix Jones. The Cowboys face the Cleveland Browns in Week 11.

Fantasy Impact: The Cowboys have two games in a short span so it makes sense that Murray could miss a couple of more games. Jones turned in a decent outing on Sunday against the Eagles and could have another good game against Cleveland on Sunday.

Jones remains a No. 2 fantasy running back this week and could keep his starting job for Week 12 as well.

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