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."
Cowboys RB Joseph Randle has received deferred adjudication for his shoplifting arrest last October.
ESPN Dallas projects the Cowboys to keep three running backs on the final roster.
The starting running back job is considered Joseph Randle's to lose.
According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys are expected to "spread the touches" between Joseph Randle, Darren McFadden, and Lance Dunbar.
The Dallas Morning News' Jon Machota believes Joseph Randle will open the season as the Cowboys' starting running back.
According to Pro Football Focus, 22 percent of Joseph Randle's carries last season went for 10 or more yards.
Coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday that the Cowboys have "addressed" Joseph Randle's recent criticism of DeMarco Murray.
Joseph Randle criticized outgoing Cowboys workhorse back DeMarco Murray on Wednesday, suggesting Murray left too many yards on the field in 2014.
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer believes Joseph Randle "will be the starting running back when the season opens."
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer predicts Joseph Randle will handle the "bulk" of the carries in the Cowboys' 2015 backfield.
Cowboys president Stephen Jones suggested the team will employ a running back by committee approach this season.