The Cowboys running back is expected to play after taking a day off on Wednesday for conditioning work.
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray missed practice on Wednesday but is expected to play on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. The running back missed six games with a foot injury before a triumphant return in Sunday's 38-33 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, gaining 83 yards on 23 carries with one touchdown.
Nose tackle Jay Ratliff also missed practice once more as the veteran continues to rehab from a groin injury. Ratliff has not played since a 23-20 win over Cleveland in Week 11.
There was good news on the injury front, however, as every other player on the injury report was listed as having full participation in practice. While center Phil Costa was placed on injured reserve with an injured ankle, center Ryan Cook was a full participant along with Miles Austin, Tyron Smith, Felix Jones and Anthony Spencer.
Safety Charlie Prepah and cornerback Orlando Scandrick missed practice and likely will be questionable for Sunday's game in Cincinnati.