DeMarco Murray scrubs Cowboys mentions and photo from his Twitter account

How Murray's Twitter page appeared in the months before a Tuesday morning makeover.

DeMarco Murray has made his willingness to move on from Big D "social media official" by scrubbing most everything Cowboys from his Twitter page early Tuesday morning, the same day NFL free agency officially begins. It’s a modern-day equivalent of putting a house up for sale.  

Indeed, the free agent running back and 2014’s leading rusher will seek a team that will pony up the big-money, long-term deal he feels he deserves, or as much as he can command.

Above, you can see how Murray’s Twitter page/profile appeared before the roughly 4:30 a.m. makeover. His locations included "Dallas" and a large panoramic photo showing Murray in a Cowboys jersey splashed across the top.

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Take a look now and Dallas is gone and there’s just an empty black space covering the top. According to various NFL reporters, Murray went further, scrubbing references to the Cowboys, their season, and so on:

The Cowboys previously decided to stick wide receiver Dez Bryant with the franchise tag and now Murray can test free agency.

"Obviously I think they want me here," Murray said in February. "I want to be here. It’s just finding the … I think, the, you know … just what helps them, what helps me. Things like that. I think both sides want to be here, so I think we’ll see where it goes."

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