Unfortunately for the
Nonetheless, Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones gave a somewhat optimistic assessment when discussing Murray's status for the team's crucial matchup with the
"It's conceivable to me, it's not unrealistic that it could work with him being ready," Jones said Tuesday morning on 105.3 The Fan.
Although the injury won't be completely healed for several weeks, Jones noted that Murray carries the ball in his right hand (the non-injured one) and that the injury is "in a place where it really can be protected.
Still, he said, "we just want to take a look at it," adding that the ultimate decision probably won't be made until game time.
"I don't think we'd have to see him practice. I think it's more a question of the condition of the hand at game time and what we can do to protect it. I think it's one of those that you'd like to wait and see how he's feeling just right before the game."
Dallas has a one-game lead over Philadelphia on top of the