What’s next for DeMarco Murray?

The Dallas Cowboys will not be able to draft a running back in the first round this month, but they still have a couple of players on the board in the second round.

The Cowboys are also set to receive a first-round pick in the upcoming draft.

The draft is set to begin on April 26 and will be the final event before the NFL season begins on May 15.

The first- and second-round picks will be available to all 32 teams.

However, the Cowboys have not made any selections in the past two days and their selection of Murray, who is considered the best back in this draft class, will likely not happen.

The team has also said they will not move on from their running backs this month.

Murray is ranked No. 12 in the ESPN 100 and No. 1 overall.

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Murray rushed for 3,719 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2016, averaging 5.1 yards per carry.

Murray had just 12 carries in his first game of the season last season against the Chicago Bears.

However his workload increased during the 2017 campaign, with Murray averaging 6.5 yards per attempt in the Cowboys’ first nine games of the year.

Murray averaged 5.4 yards per rush in the regular season and was targeted on 18.7 percent of his carries.

Murray was targeted 11 times in the playoffs and had four carries for six yards.

He finished the season averaging 5,097 yards on 562 carries, for an average of 8.2 yards per run.

Murray will have to earn a spot on the 53-man roster, but the Cowboys could still be able get a top-10 pick for him.

Murray’s stock is expected to go up once the draft begins, but he is unlikely to get the nod for a running mate for Ezekiel Elliott, who will start at running back for the Dallas Cowboys.