Lance Dunbar, RB, Cowboys: Fantasy Football Outlook
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Lance Dunbar, RB, Cowboys

Position/Rank NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight Twitter
RB - #80 DAL Injured Reserve 3 years 24 5'8 191 @Dunbar_CDB5

2013 Outlook: Fantasy Handcuff

Last updated on Aug-13-2013 by Ben Standig

Update (8-13): Less than a month before the start of the regular season and the all-important backup job behind DeMarco Murray remains unsettled. Well, at least officially. Phillip Tanner and rookie Joseph Randle are in the mix, but Dunbar is listed as the No.2 RB on the Cowboys' official depth chart. Considering Murray's injury history, grabbing his backup is necessary, whomever it ends up being.

The Cowboys are making it clear they believe rookie Joseph Randle will be DeMarco Murray's backup. Could be, but that's a lot of faith in a fifth round pick. Of course, the other options are not terribly exciting, though Dunbar reportedly turned up his offseason training a notch or six. The 5-foot-8 back rushed for 75 yards in 21 carries last season. Exactly. DeMarco, please stay healthy.

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