Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray, who spent four seasons with the Cowboys, will face his former team for the first time.
Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray, who spent four seasons with the Cowboys, will face his former team for the first time. DAVID MAIALETTI TNS
Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray, who spent four seasons with the Cowboys, will face his former team for the first time. DAVID MAIALETTI TNS

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