DeMarco Murray Injury: Right Foot Could Limit Dallas Cowboys Running Back

A DeMarco Murray injury is the last thing the Dallas Cowboys need at this point in the season considering the rookie's impressiver performance over the past several weeks, but that appears to be what happened on Sunday Night Football. Murray appeared to possibly twist his right ankle while being tackled by Dave Tollefson.

Murray could have possibly hurt both of his ankles as it looked like Tollefson rolled up on his back legs as he took him down, but an actual injury update hasn't been given as of yet. For now, Felix Jones will take the remaining snaps for the Cowboys as he's the only other active running back on the team.

Murray has taken 159 carries for 872 yards and two touchdowns this season after replacing Jones earlier in the year after the Cowboys incumbent went down with an injury.

For more on the Giants head over to Big Blue View. For more on the Cowboys, check out Blogging The Boys. Follow the rest of week 14 at SB Nation NFL.

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