Cowboys’ running back DeMarco Murray said last week via Twitter that, hypothetically, if the Cowboys’ had a game that Sunday, that he would be able to play in said game. Hypothetically. Running backs coach Skip Peete responded later that he was optimistic about Murray’s health, following the season-ending fractured ankle that ended his rookie season, but stopped short of agreeing with the OU product’s bold assertion.
Which brings us to Sunday, at Cowboys Fan Fest in San Antonio. Here, Murray told the crowd, via the Dallas Morning News, “I’m back 100 percent.”
Murray, like the rest of the Cowboys, is getting to spend a true offseason with six-time Super Bowl Champion strength and conditioning coach Mike Woicik, who was signed last offseason but--due to that pesky lockout--wasn’t permitted to work with his new players. The Cowboys’ leading rusher in 2011 believes this could make a noticeable difference.
"Mike Woicik has been great to work with," Murray said. "In college, usually everyone did the same type of program. But here it's more position specific. I definitely feel better prepared."
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