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 width=>>Murray, Cowboys Run Through Bears

(Chicago, IL) -- DeMarco Murray carried the rock a career-high 32 times for 179 yards and a score as the Cowboys stomped the Bears 41-28 from Soldier Field. Murray added nine catches for 49 yards while Cole Beasley scored twice on three catches and 42 yards. Tony Romo fired three touchdowns on 21-of-26 passing for 205 yards as Dallas improved to 9-and-4 and remain perfect on the road with six wins. Jay Cutler threw for 341 yards with two scores and a rushing touchdown in the loss. Alshon Jeffery caught six balls for 95 yards and a touchdown and Martellus Bennett recorded 12 catches for 84 yards and a score. Brandon Marshall left with a rib injury and went to the hospital after taking a knee to his back in the second quarter. The Bears fell to 5-and-8.

>>Bears WR Marshall Taken To Hospital

(Chicago, IL) -- Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall did not finish "Thursday Night Football" after leaving for the hospital during the first half. Marshall was kneed in the back after making a catch in the second quarter. He was helped off the field. Marshall had three catches for 61 yards before exiting. He was ruled out by the team with a ribs injury.

>>Cowboys' Brent Active For First Time This Season

Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent is active for the first time this season after serving a 10-game suspension for his intoxication manslaughter conviction.

Brent is available but not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Chicago Bears. He hasn't played since Dec. 2, 2012, six days before the drunken-driving crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown. He was suspended the first 10 games and was inactive the past two.

The Bears are holding out Robbie Gould (right quadriceps) and defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff (knee). With Gould out, veteran Jay Feely is handling the kicking duties after signing on Wednesday.

Receiver Alshon Jeffery (hamstring) and safety Chris Conte (eye) are available after being listed as questionable.

 width=>>Rams, Redskins Square Off At FedEx Field

(Landover, MD) -- The St. Louis Rams hit the road Sunday to take on the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. The Rams are coming off a 52-0 demolition of the Raiders last Sunday that saw running back Tre Mason score three touchdowns. St. Louis has alternated wins and losses in its last eight games and is 5-and-7 overall, last in the NFC West. The Redskins will start Colt McCoy at quarterback for the second straight game and third time this season. Washington surrendered a season-high 49 points last Sunday in a loss at Indianapolis. The Redskins have lost four in-a-row and are last in the NFC East at 3-and-9.

>>Texans Put Clowney On IR

(Houston, TX) -- The season is over for Houston Texans rookie linebacker Jadeveon [[ jah-DAY-vee-on ]] Clowney. He has been placed on injured reserve with an ailing right knee. Clowney was the top overall pick in this year's NFL Draft out of South Carolina, but has had an injury-plagued year. He suffered a torn meniscus in the season-opener and had arthroscopic knee surgery the next day. Clowney missed the next six games, came back for one, missed the next one and then played the last two weeks against Cleveland and Cincinnati. He has just seven tackles and no sacks in four games this season.

>>Ravens' Ngata Suspended Four Games For PED's

(New York, NY) -- The NFL is suspending Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Haloti Ngata [[ hih-LOH-tee NAH-tah ]] four games for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy. Ngata says he took the banned substance Adderall and takes full responsibility for making a mistake that has let down his family, teammates, fans and himself. Ngata will be eligible to return if the Ravens make the playoffs. Baltimore is 7-and-5 entering Sunday's game against Miami and is tied with five other teams for the final AFC Wild Card spot. Ngata is in his ninth season with the Ravens.

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