Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray will have surgery on a broken bone in his hand, putting his Week 16 status in doubt.
The Dallas Cowboys took control of the NFC East with a 38-27 win on Sunday Night Football over the Philadelphia Eagles, but they have received some potential bad news.
Running back DeMarco Murray, who is widely being considered an MVP candidate, has a broken bone in his hand and will have surgery on it.
He has not been ruled out for the Cowboys’ next game against the Indianapolis Colts, but this news will naturally make Cowboys fans nervous as they are fighting hard for a playoff spot in a stacked NFC.
NFL on ESPN revealed this breaking news story on the Cowboys running back.
JUST IN: Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray will have surgery today on broken bone in his hand. Not ruled out yet Sunday vs Indy. (via @1053thefan)
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) December 15, 2014