The injury bug has already started to spread across the NFL.
As a result, former Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray could be called back into service.
One team that seems to make sense as a destination is the New England Patriots. Bill Belichick is now looking to replace running back Jeremy Hill, who will miss the remainder of the NFL season with a torn ACL.
Murray retired from the NFL this past July after he was cut by the Tennessee Titans. The 30-year-old had played in the league for just seven seasons when he made the decision to walk away from the game.
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Prior to his two seasons in Tennessee, the former Oklahoma Sooners’ star played one season for the Philadelphia Eagles.
But his most productive time in the league occurred during his four years in Dallas. In 53 games, Murray recorded 4,526 rushing yards and 29 total touchdowns.