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Jones: Murray 'looks like' a go Sunday after missing six

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Associated Press
11/30/2012 12:17:55 PM
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IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says it "looks like" injured running back DeMarco Murray will end a six-game absence Sunday against Philadelphia.

Jones said on his radio show Friday that Murray didn't have the usual setbacks associated with someone returning to practice for the first time in weeks.

Murray was a limited participant at practice Wednesday and Thursday in what coaches said was the most football activity he's had since spraining his right foot at Baltimore on Oct. 14. Coach Jason Garrett wouldn't say Friday whether Murray will play.

The Cowboys have rushed for more than 100 yards just once since Murray was injured and are last in the league in rushing offence.

DeMarco Murray (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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