DeMarco Murray
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By Bobby Bunch, Cowboys Correspondent, Thu, Jul 24th 1:09am EDT

DeMarco Murray is in the final year of his rookie contract and has alluded to reporters that inking a new deal this season is not a concern for him. He could be playing coy with everyone or he may be confident that he is going to have another big year earning himself a big payday. (Source: Sports Day DFW)

Fantasy Impact: This could be great news for Murray's fantasy season as the contract year phenomenon could materialize in the Big D. While there is no hard evidence to prove this theory, the facts are: Murray is coming off his best year in the NFL statistically and he played 14 games. He is the undisputed no. 1 back who can play all three downs, and will be in a revamped offense under new OC Scott Linehan who came from Detroit (Bush and Bell combined for 2700 total yards, 15 TDs and 107 receptions.) Murray will also be behind the best O-line Dallas has seen in several years, further setting the stage for a monster fantasy season. He will have top end RB1 value in PPR formats and mid to low end in standard formats.

Breaking Football | Jul 27th
Murray is a stud when healthy. Hopefully he can play in all 16 games this year.
The New York Times | Jul 27th
6th best PPR back in 2013 could see a boost in recs with ex-DET OC Linehan now in Dallas.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
DeMarco Murray when healthy has top-five talent
FFLockerRoom | Jul 25th
I do think that when healthy and able to get the touches he deserves, DeMarco is a stud running back. But his lack of touches sometimes baffles me and his injury history gives me pause.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He had combined yards of almost 1,500 yards last year and double digit TDs. He is a solid PPR RB.
FantasySharks | Jul 17th
We are going to focus on two players at the same position that might be on the draft board when your pick rolls around. This breakdown will make your decision just a little bit easier on draft day. Let’s check out Arian Foster and DeMarco Murray.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Health is always a concern with Murray, but he was the 7th ranked fantasy running back in 2013, thanks to 1,471 yards from scrimmage and 10 total touchdowns.
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 10th
Scott Linehan's offense ranked in the top 20 in attempts just once while in Detroit, so the pass/run ratio could skew even heavier in Dallas this season... nevertheless, Murray has proven efficient and possesses game breaking ability.