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DeMarco Murray reportedly wants to leave Eagles for Dallas Cowboys return

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When DeMarco Murray left the Dallas Cowboys in free agency for the Philadelphia Eagles, he seemed angered with the Cowboys.

Murray felt that he was disrespected by Dallas after they offered him a paltry contract following his incredible season that saw him playing at a level higher than anybody else in the League. The Cowboys instead decided to offer Dez Bryant a big money deal and then low-balled Murray so he decided to leave.

However, despite how much the running back may have detested Jerry Jones and co in the summer, it seems he is hating life with Chip Kelly and the Eagles a lot more. Amazingly, Murray could somehow end up back with the Cowboys.


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Murray Wants Out

According to a report from Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk, there’s a growing feeling that Murray would actually like to return to Dallas.

"Per a source with knowledge of the situation, there’s “a lot of truth” to the notion that Murray would like to play for the Cowboys again," Florio wrote last night.

Fed Up In Philly

Murray really hasn't enjoyed his time with the Eagles, clashing with head coach Chip Kelly over his playing time and use in the Philly offense - which he really doesn't suit at all.

The fact that Murray went straight to the owner of the team, Jeffrey Lurie, to discuss his problems with Kelly and the fact that he feels he was lied to when he was recruited by the Eagles make it seem like either he's hoping Kelly gets sacked or he gets traded/cut.

Either of the two are possibilities right now.

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