Just one month after his retirement from the NFL, DeMarco Murray is headed to the broadcast booth.
Stream of Ex-Cowboys to the booth never ends. Fox set to announce analyst DeMarco Murray joining a college football booth for the upcoming season. You don’t think he landed the job because of his work with the Eagles or Titans do you?
— Barry Horn (@bhorn55) August 17, 2018
Murray played in the NFL for seven seasons before retiring in July. He ran for 659 yards and six touchdowns on 184 carries last season with the Titans.
The three-time Pro-Bowler is perhaps best known for his success in the 2014 season, when he was named the Associated Press’ Offensive Player of the Year. Murray ran for 1,845 yards and 13 touchdowns on 392 carries that season with the Dallas Cowboys, where he helped lead them to the second round of the playoffs.
Murray is the latest former Cowboys player to head to the broadcast booth after football. Jason Witten retired this offseason and joined ESPN, and called his first preseason game on Thursday. Former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo joined CBS year season, and called games with Jim Nantz and Tracy Wolfson all season.
Fpx has not yet officially announced the deal, or who Murray will be joined by in the booth.
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