Raiders OC Bill Musgrave praised Latavius Murray's hands, body, agility, and vision Thursday.
Latavius Murray rushed four times for 20 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason game against the Vikings.
Latavius Murray rushed six times for 35 yards in the Raiders' preseason opener.
Latavius Murray is getting "all of the first-team reps" at Raiders camp.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, "everything so far at camp points to" Latavius Murray being the Raiders' "No. 1 running back."
ESPN’s Bill Williamson reports the Raiders believe Latavius Murray is "ready to become a standout."
Latavius Murray said he’s ready to be an every-down back.
Latavius Murray has been the first-team running back at Raiders minicamp.
During a visit to Raiders camp, a team source told ESPN's Adam Caplan that Latavius Murray "has a chance at a huge year" in new OC Bill Musgrave's system.
ESPN Raiders reporter Bill Williamson expects Latavius Murray to beat out Trent Richardson for the starting running back job.
Coach Jack Del Rio confirmed he expects Latavius Murray and Trent Richardson to compete for the Raiders' starting running back job.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said Latavius Murray "showed that he can be a player" in 2014.
Coach Jack Del Rio told reporters he considers Latavius Murray a "candidate" for the Raiders' 2015 starting running back job.
New Raiders OC Bill Musgrave said he's going to "tailor" the run game so it's "right up [Latavius Murray's] alley."