Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said the Eagles made the LeSean McCoy trade because coach Chip Kelly wanted a one-cut running back.
A source told the Philadelphia Inquirer the Raiders offered DeMarco Murray significantly more guaranteed money than the Eagles.
Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell said the Eagles' offer to DeMarco Murray exceeded Jacksonville's final offer by more than $2 million per year.
SI's Peter King reports the Cowboys had a "soft limit" of $5 million annually on DeMarco Murray, and "never thought" about matching the Eagles' offer.
Asked about the Eagles' 2015 running back distribution on Thursday, coach Chip Kelly said the plan is to "spread it around."
Eagles agreed to terms with RB DeMarco Murray on a five-year, $42 million contract.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Cowboys believe free agent RB DeMarco Murray is signing with the Eagles.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent DeMarco Murray "is expected to" sign with the Eagles.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent DeMarco Murray is traveling to Philadelphia "with the expectation he will be an Eagle."
Free agent DeMarco Murray will visit the Eagles on Thursday.
According to Profootballtalk, "at least one of the teams" pursuing free agent DeMarco Murray believes Murray will end up back in Dallas.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports free agent DeMarco Murray is expected to make a decision by Wednesday evening, and that the Raiders are believed to be offering the most money.
Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports free agent DeMarco Murray's "top choice" is to play for the Eagles.
Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports the Cowboys recently offered free agent DeMarco Murray $5 million per season.