DeMarco Murray had little interest in discussing his future with the Cowboys a day after they lost to the Packers in the NFC divisional round.
“I’m not worried about my future,” Murray said on Monday. “I just lost a big game, the biggest game of my life. Just not worried about it right now. Just relax with my family and get away from it for a little bit.”
Murray, 26, is set to become a free agent and it’s unclear if the Cowboys will have the salary cap space to lock him up.
Asked how much he wanted to stay a part of this, Murray said: “I’m not going to answer that.”
Murray led the NFL and set the franchise’s single-season rushing record with 1,845 yards this season, along with 13 TDs. He also had a league-high 392 carries.
As far as his individual season, Murray said: “It was a lot of guys who had a lot of good individual years, but I think at the end of the day you look at how we did as a team. It was good. It wasn’t great. A lot of guys have learned from it and have this taste for a long time leading into offseason workouts. Try to get better and hope for a different result.”
Outside of Murray, the Cowboys have several other free agents starting with wide receiver Dez Bryant, linebackers Rolando McClain, Bruce Carter and Justin Durant, defensive end Anthony Spencer and right tackle Doug Free.
Durant, who was placed on season-ending injured reserve after tearing his right biceps in Week 8 against Washington, hopes to re-sign with the Cowboys.
“Just let my agent take care of all that type of stuff,” said Durant, who said his arm is healing well and expects to be ready for OTAs.