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DeMarco Murray | Running Back | #29

Team: Tennessee Titans
Age / DOB:  (29) / 2/12/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 220
College: Oklahoma
Drafted: 2011 / Rd. 3 (71) / DAL
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DeMarco Murray "definitely" believes he is still a top-end running back.
"I am very confident in myself and I am excited," Murray said. "I am excited about the future, and my future. I know what kind of player I am." It would be surprising for him to say anything else, but the reality is Murray took a step back in his age-29 season even before being sidelined by a knee injury late in the year. The Titans can wipe all of Murray's $6.5 million salary off the cap by cutting him, making that the most likely outcome. Jan 15 - 10:36 AM

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Speaking Thursday, Titans coach Mike Mularkey said he plans to continue using DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry the same way he has all season.

"I think the way it has worked out, it has worked just fine," Mularkey claimed. "I think we have two starters, and if somebody wants to just line up on the first play of the game to justify, ‘This guy is the starter,’ I don’t know. It is not something we are worried about." Mularkey has remained steadfastly committed to DeMarco Murray as his 1A even though 1B Derrick Henry has run circles around him all season. The disparity has gotten embarrassing in recent weeks, with Murray averaging 2.45 yards per carry over his past six games compared to 4.69 for Henry. We take Mularkey at his word that he's not going to change anything against the Texans, leaving Murray as a low-end RB2 and Henry a volatile FLEX.
Thu, Nov 30, 2017 03:58:00 PM

Speaking Tuesday, Titans coach Mike Mularkey said the team's Week 6 timeshare at running back was a "good model."

Derrick Henry and DeMarco Murray both played 39 snaps one week after Murray out-snapped Henry 49-11. Henry ran circles around Murray against the Colts, out-touching him 20-16 and out-gaining him 145-87. Mularkey also said Henry has become the team's "go-to" running back in the fourth quarter. Mularkey's comments make it clear there shouldn't be another game where Murray plays 38 more snaps than Henry, but it's going to remain a messy situation, with the veteran likely to continue taking the lead. Henry has been the better player this season. Maybe the Titans' workload delineation will eventually begin to reflect that.
Tue, Oct 17, 2017 05:14:00 PM

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