RB Murray Doing Well After Ankle Surgery

IRVING, Texas --About three weeks since having surgery on his fractured ankle, running back DeMarco Murray faces a long rehab this offseason. Making his way through Valley Ranch this week wearing a walking boot, Murray said he's already making progress.

"I'm doing fine," he said, crediting the team's athletic training and medical staff. "Just going along as what we planned. It's looking good."

Murray suffered the season-ending injury Dec. 11 against the Giants. With 897 yards and three games still remaining, he was poised to become the Cowboys' first 1,000-yard rusher since Julius Jones in 2006.

With training camp nearly eight months way, Murray should be ready in time if rehab goes well.

"I had some success," he said, "and there's still some things I can learn and do.

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