IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray says there's "a chance" he could return Sunday against Cleveland after missing four games with a sprained right foot.
Murray has been out since rushing for 93 yards in a loss at Baltimore. He had 90 yards in the first half but sustained the injury in the second quarter. He had just one carry in the third quarter before coming out for good.
The second-year pro returned to practice for limited work last week and joined his teammates in shorts and helmets at Wednesday's practice. Dallas coach Jason Garrett wasn't available for an update after practice.
Murray rushed for 897 yards in 13 games as a rookie last year before breaking his right ankle. He had a club-record 253 yards in his first career start.