|Born:||August 29 1956in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada|
|NFL Draft||1980 / Round: 7 / Pick: 166|
|NFL Supplemental Draft||/ Pick:|
|Field goals attempted, Field goals made||466/352|
|Accuracy Pct (%)||75.5|
|Stats at NFL.com|
|Career highlights and awards|
Murray played college football at Tulane University and was drafted in the seventh round of the 1980 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions. He would play for the Lions, as well as the Kansas City Chiefs, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles, the Minnesota Vikings and the Washington Redskins. Murray was named MVP of the 1981 Pro Bowl. On January 30, 1994 he kicked three field goals in Super Bowl XXVIII, earning a Super Bowl ring as a member of the 1993 NFL Champion Dallas Cowboys.
As a Detroit Lion in the 1983 NFC Divisional Playoff at San Francisco, with the Lions trailing 24-23 with 11 seconds left in the game, Murray, having earlier made a 54-yard field goal, narrowly missed a 43-yard attempt. Ten years later as a Dallas Cowboy Murray made a game winning field goal in overtime in the regular season finale against the New York Giants, which determined the NFC East Title and NFC homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.
Murray is the twelfth highest scorer overall in NFL history.
Murray grew up in Victoria, British Columbia. He currently resides in Michigan with his wife Cynthia and daughter Nicole.
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