By Chris Zolli, Cowboys Correspondent, Wed, Jan 21st 2:06pm EST
Offensive coordinator Scott Linehan will run his offense the same way in 2015, with or without Murray. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: The Cowboys have offered a four-year, $16 million contract to Murray and are waiting on his response, but they will proceed with either Randle, a free agent, or a draft pick if Murray is not a part of the organization. Murray broke the single-season Cowboys rushing record with 1845 yards this season, but Randle was equally impressive for the league's second best rushing attack, contributing 6.7 yards per carry on 51 carries and three rushing touchdowns. His season high for carries was only 13 this season, but Randle was a consistently solid backup for Murray when need be this season. Randle does not add to the passing game, only four receptions in 2014 and 12 for his career, but his speed and elusiveness can make him a viable threat at running back. He would be a late round pick, but if Murray does not return, Randle could be one of the best sleepers for the 2015 season.