Dallas starting running back DeMarco Murray, who has missed the last four games with a sprained foot, said he is hoping he can return for the Cleveland game next Sunday.
Murray thought he had a chance to play against the Eagles, but he still hasn't passed flexibility and strength tests to get cleared to play.
"It's a possibility," Murray said of playing against the Browns. "I'm hoping. We'll see. I need to pass these tests."
Murray said right after the injury that he thought he'd be back, so best not to get too excited... Without Murray Sunday, Felix Jones carried 16 times for 71 yards to lead the rushing attack. The matchup against the Browns would be a good one for Dallas to continue to try and get the running game going no matter who the starting back is, but either Murray or Jones would be solid plays next week.