Raiders coach Jack Del Rio confirmed the team will continue to use a backfield rotation.
Latavius Murray rushed eight times for 57 yards and a touchdown and caught 6-of-6 targets for 44 yards in the Raiders' Week 2 loss to Atlanta.
ESPN's Paul Gutierrez believes the Raiders still plan to feature Latavius Murray.
Latavius Murray rushed 14 times for 59 yards and a touchdown in Oakland's Week 1 win over the Saints, adding a 13-yard reception.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Latavius Murray's 2016 workload "should be close to last season's."
The Raiders rested their first-team offense in the preseason finale, and the players resting included Latavius Murray.
Raiders coach Jack Del Rio insisted Latavius Murray's reduced playing time in the third preseason game was not indicative of Murray's starting job coming into question.
Latavius Murray rushed twice for zero yards and caught two passes for 19 yards Saturday against the Titans.
Coach Jack Del Rio said Monday one of the Raiders' goals this season is for Latavius Murray to finish with even more carries than he had last year.
Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle believes Latavius Murray is "headed for a big season."
Raiders OC Bill Musgrave expects free-agent addition Kelechi Osemele to help the "run game be more productive."
Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said running back is not a "glaring need."
Speaking Tuesday, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio declined to say that Latavius Murray would remain the team's No. 1 back.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said "we'll get some help" in the backfield at running back.