DeMarco Murray injury: Cowboys RB -foot injury- out for remainder of the game

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Dallas RB DeMarco Murray did not start the second half, dealing with a foot injury.

Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray did not start the second half against the Baltimore Ravens as he is dealing with a foot injury, but quickly returned to the field. However, after testing it for one carry he has left the game, and now appears to be done for the day.

In a game marred with injury, Murray is the next in a long line of starters who have left the game due to being banged up. Ravens CB Ladarius Webb was forced out early with a sprained knee, only to be joined by fellow defensive starter Haloti Ngata, who has since returned to the field. Shortly before the half it was the Cowboys dealing with injuries of their own, as cornerback Morris Claiborne was hurt on an endzone pass while jockeying for position with receiver Torrey Smith.

DeMarco Murray was giving the Ravens' defense serious problems in the first half, as he went to the locker room with 13 carries for 90 yards, at an impressive 6.9 yards per carry. However, Felix Jones has also been playing extremely well, and luckily for the Cowboys their offense shouldn't miss too much a beat. Jones had seven carries of his own, for 51 yards and a touchdown.

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