The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports no running back has separated himself at Cowboys camp, and the expectation is Dallas uses a committee approach.
Joseph Randle admitted there is still a battle for snaps in the Cowboys' backfield.
Updating a previous item, Joseph Randle did play in the Cowboys' second preseason game on Sunday night.
Joseph Randle (oblique) returned to Cowboys practice Friday.
Joseph Randle is doubtful for Sunday's preseason game after aggravating his oblique injury in Thursday's practice.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram continues to refer to the Cowboys' backfield as a "running back by committee."
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones indicated he is pleased with and committed to Dallas' current stable of running backs.
Joseph Randle (oblique) participated in Tuesday's practice.
Joseph Randle may not play in Dallas' preseason opener on Thursday night due to a "slight oblique strain."
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones is leaving the door open for the team to add a free agent running back if needed.
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer suggests Joseph Randle could handle 15 carries per game this season, with Darren McFadden taking ten and Lance Dunbar getting five.
Cowboys OC Scott Linehan said the team's run-heavy strategy is "not going to change" despite the departure of DeMarco Murray.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms the Cowboys' No. 1 running back job is "Joseph Randle's to lose."
At the beginning of Cowboys camp Wednesday, owner Jerry Jones endorsed Joseph Randle as Dallas' "No. 1 back."