Joseph Randle, who has played 29 games in two seasons, will compete for playing time along with three other veteran running backs as the Cowboys attempt to replace the league’s leading rusher, DeMarco Murray.
Joseph Randle, who has played 29 games in two seasons, will compete for playing time along with three other veteran running backs as the Cowboys attempt to replace the league’s leading rusher, DeMarco Murray. Dave Martin AP
Joseph Randle, who has played 29 games in two seasons, will compete for playing time along with three other veteran running backs as the Cowboys attempt to replace the league’s leading rusher, DeMarco Murray. Dave Martin AP

Jerry Jones insists Cowboys’ running game is “better” than last season even without DeMarco Murray

May 14, 2015 3:14 PM