Cowboys waive Joseph Randle

The Dallas Cowboys made another change to their backfield.

Running back Joseph Randle was waived, sources confirmed to FOX Sports 1 NFL insider Mike Garafolo.

Randle, who did not play in last Sunday's loss against the Seahawks because of a strained oblique, is facing discipline for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

Randle opened the season as the team's starting running back and rushed for 315 yards, four touchdowns in six games this season.

Fantasy Impact: 

Owner Jerry Jones expressed concern over Randle regarding mental health issues in a story we had on Monday. Darren McFadden looks like the clear-cut RB1 for now with Christine Michael assuming the backup role. Tyler Clutts is next up on the depth chart, and the team will likely have to make a move for another back. McFadden has put together two pretty good fantasy games and was especially involved in the passing game against Seattle last week.

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