The NFL's leading rusher was in attendance for Thursday's practice just three days after undergoing hand surgery.
Murray's activities mirrored his work from Wednesday, with the running back participating in pass-catching drills before stepping aside as Lance Dunbartook first-team snaps, per ESPNDallas.com. Murray again wore protection over his surgically repaired hand, but he didn't shy away from holding the ball with both mitts.
Jason Garrett told reporters before practice that he expected Murray to do more in Thursday's session, but the Cowboys coach emphasized that "watching (results from) other games won't affect" whether Murray will play against Indianapolis. Garrett insisted the Cowboys would "make the right decision by (Murray) and by our football team."
Murray confirmed, per The Dallas Morning News, that he did more in practice Thursday, adding that he'll have the final say if he plays Sunday.
If Murray can't get healthy in time for Sunday, Dallas will lean on a less-than-stellar combination of Dunbar and Joseph Randle.
Other injuries we're tracking on this wondrous Thursday: