|2015||Hamstring Strain||DeMarco Murray injured his hamstring during practice and was held out of the Eagles week 3 game. He is not expected to miss much more time.|
|2015||Groin Strain||Despite battling a slight groin injury, Murray practiced all week and played in the Eagles' week 10 matchup.|
|2014||Broken Finger (Left)||Murray broke his fourth metacarpal in his left hand and is set to have surgery. He could still play next week.|
|2013||Pulled Hamstring||Murray pulled his hamstring in May during organized team activities, and was sidelined for four weeks.|
|2013||MCL Sprain (Left)||A sprained MCL (medial collateral ligament) in his left knee kept Murray sidelined for three weeks during the 2013 regular season.|
|2012||Foot Sprain (Left)||During the game against Baltimore, Murray sprained his left foot. He was off the field for six weeks recovering.|
|2011||Hamstring||Murray was dealing with hamstring pain during the preseason, causing him to miss two of the preseason games.|
|2011||Fractured Ankle (Right) & High Ankle Sprain||Murray fractured his right ankle and suffered a high ankle sprain. The injury required open surgery to stabilize the ankle and ended his season.|
|2008||Ruptured Hamstring Tendon (Left)||During the post-season bowl games, Murray partially ruptured his left hamstring. He had surgery to repair the damaged tendons.|
This image provides an inside look at where the hamstring muscle is located. Although every athlete is different, the average recovery time for a hamstring strain is 3 to 6 weeks.
This image offers an inside look at the muscle groups of the groin. In most cases, players are able to return to the field after 2 to 4 weeks of recovery time.
This image offers an inside look at the hand and highlights a fractured finger. Depending on the severity of the injury, a broken finger can take anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks to fully heal.
This x-ray image provides an inside look at where the hamstring muscle is located. The average recovery time for a pulled hamstring muscle is 3 to 6 weeks.
This image offers an inside look at the knee. The yellow arrows point to the MCL. On average, it takes 6 weeks for a MCL injury to heal. More severe injuries may require more rehabilitation.
This image provides an inside look at the foot. The highlighted area shows the navicular bone, one of the tarsals in the foot.
This x-ray image provides an inside look at where the hamstring muscle is located. The average recovery time for a pulled or sprained hamstring muscle is 3 to 6 weeks.
This x-ray image gives you an inside look at a compound ankle fracture. Depending on the severity, this injury can take anywhere from 3 to 4 months to heal.
This x-ray image offers an inside look at where the hamstring muscle is located. Depending on the severity of the injury, a torn hamstring can take anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks to fully heal.