DeMarco Murray will play for the first time since Oct. 14 (Getty Images)
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is active for Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles and will play for the first time since injuring his foot in an Oct. 14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Murray led the Cowboys with 897 rushing yards in 2011 and had a team-high 330 yards though the first four-plus games of the season before his injury.
Murray had been listed as "questionable" on Friday's injury report. Wide receiver Miles Austin (hip) and left tackle Tyron Smith (ankle) were also "questionable", but will dress for the Cowboys on Sunday night. The Cowboys will not have starting nose tackle Jay Ratliff, who had been "doubtful" with a groin injury.
There were no surprises among the Eagles' inactive list as quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy had already been ruled out with concussions.
Philadelphia: QB Michael Vick, RB LeSean McCoy, RB Chris Polk, WR Greg Salas, WR Marvin McNutt, OT Nate Menkin
Dallas: WR Anthony Armstrong, G David Arkin, OC Phil Costa, NT Jay Ratliff, LB Brady Poppinga, CB Orlando Scandrick, Charlie Peprah
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