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DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

Date of Birth:  02/12/1988
Age:  34
Height  6'1"
Weight:   220
College:  Oklahoma
Drafted:  2011 | Round 3 | Pick 71
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DeMarco Murray | Retired RB


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DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray is retiring from the NFL.

Unfortunately ESPN's Adam Schefter felt the need to spoil the news when Murray probably would've have liked to announce it himself. Murray is just 30 years old, but he leaves the league as an extremely accomplished player over his seven-year career. As a third-round selection of the Cowboys in 2011, Murray burst onto the scene as a rookie, including his Cowboys-record 253 rushing yards on 25 carries against the Rams—the 10.1 yards-per-carry in that game set a Cowboys record for most YPC on 20+ carries in a game; it was also the tenth most rushing yards in a game in NFL history, and the second-most rushing yards in a game by a rookie. From then on, he was a huge part of Dallas' success on offense, and he had his best season in his last season with the Cowboys in 2014, when he led the league with 292 carries for 1,845 yards (a franchise record) and 13 touchdowns and was named First Team All-Pro and awarded Offensive Player of the Year. In the 2015 offseason, Murray signed with the division rival Philadelphia Eagles, but big interior offensive line issues led to an unsuccessful year—though his absence clearly hurt the Cowboys. He was then traded to the Titans in the 2016 offseason and rushed for 1,287 yards and nine touchdowns before battling injuries in his final season last year and rushing for 659 yards. Murray finishes his career with 1,604 carries, 7,174 rushing yards (4.5 average), 49 rushing touchdowns, 307 receptions, 2,165 receiving yards, and six receiving touchdowns. We're sure Murray is going to have a seamless transition to his post-playing-career life, but we wish him luck.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray will visit the Detroit Lions on Monday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Murray was released by the Titans last week, so he’s free to sign with a team before the new league year officially begins. The Lions would be a good fit with Ameer Abdullah disappointing so far in his career, as Murray could instantly become the starter and finally bring balance to the offense. It’s possible Detroit attempts to sign him tomorrow before he can meet with other teams.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

The Titans are releasing running back DeMarco Murray.

The team just made the announcement that they are parting ways with the veteran Pro Bowl running back, clearing the way for Derrick Henry to take over the backfield as the clear-cut leader in his third NFL season. Murray had a very good two seasons for the Titans and provided leadership for a team that made it to the playoffs last season, and he ran for 1,287 yards and nine touchdowns in his first season with them in 2016 before dealing with injuries in 2017. Murray just turned 30 last month and had over 1,600 career carries, but there should be numerous teams interested in adding him to their backfield. The Browns and Patriots could be a couple teams to watch for Murray's services.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray thinks he'll be a lot better next season.

If you watched the Titans play this season, you would have seen that Murray clearly did not look like his usual self. He dealt with various injuries, playing through hamstring and shoulder injuries before not being able to play after his knee injury suffered in Week 16. Murray said he "definitely" still believes he can be a top-end running back that can carry the load, but did note he expects to return to the team in a tandem backfield with Derrick Henry in 2018. The Titans do have the ability to get out of the deal with no money owed to Murray, and Henry is capable of handling most of the carries in the backfield, but the team might want to have the more-than-capable veteran presence and leader remain on the team. GM Jon Robinson and the new coach have a decision to make this offseason.

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DeMarco Murray (knee) has been ruled out for the Divisional Round.

Murray didn't practice again today, so the Titans already went ahead and ruled him out before Saturday's game in New England. Derrick Henry will again carry the load for the Titans, and he'll be a very good option in fantasy playoff lineups. As for Murray, he's dealing with a very bad sprain and still might not be ready for the AFC Championship if the Titans are able to upset the Patriots.

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DeMarco Murray (knee) did not practice today.

Murray will still have tomorrow and Thursday to get in a practice session before Saturday's playoff matchup with the Patriots, but it doesn't look good right now. Derrick Henry will carry the load either way for Tennessee, but consider Murray on the doubtful side of things for now.

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DeMarco Murray (knee) has been ruled out for the Wild Card Round this Saturday.

Murray is dealing with an MCL tear, so Derrick Henry will carry the load in Kansas City as the Titans look to upset the Chiefs. The fact that Murray was even questionable leading up to the game is a testament of his toughness, and he could be back if Tennessee is able to advance. In the meantime, Henry will have a chance to show he is ready for a heavy workload this month and for 2018.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (knee) did not practice today.

For as much as Murray wants to play in Saturday's playoff game against the Chiefs, things aren't looking good right now. It's possible he's ruled out tomorrow when the official injury report for the game is released, but we'll see.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (knee) did not practice today.

The Titans play on Saturday, giving the veteran running back less time to get ready for the playoff matchup with Kansas City. As of now, it looks like Derrick Henry will carry the load for Tennessee, but Murray probably desperately wants to play January football. We'll update you on Murray's practice status tomorrow.

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DeMarco Murray (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday against the Jaguars.

Murray is a tough player that was believed to maybe have a chance of paying while dealing with his bad knee injury, but the Titans went ahead and ruled him out ahead of the weekend. If Murray did play, he probably would not have been close to effective enough to be on the field. Now the Titans need to hope for a win against Jacksonville to clinch a playoff spot, which would perhaps give Murray enough time to get healthy and play. Monster second-year back Derrick Henry will get most of the work in Tennessee's backfield for Week 17, and he's a very good option in fantasy lineups for those vying for a title.

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DeMarco Murray (knee) is day-to-day.

This is great to hear, as it looked like the veteran running back might have suffered a serious injury in Sunday’s loss to the Rams. Titans head coach Mike Mularkey didn’t rule him out yet for Week 17 against the Jaguars, so hopefully he’s able to get out there. From a strictly fantasy perspective, the most value out of Tennessee’s backfield would come with Murray out and Derrick Henry getting a heavy workload. Henry will be a solid option if Murray sits, and they’ll both be risky FLEX options if Murray plays.

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DeMarco Murray did not return to the Christmas Eve game.

Murray's injury has been declared a knee, and hopefully it's not too bad that it keeps him out for the rest of the season. Before leaving against the Rams, Murray had 15 carries for 48 yards and a touchdown along with three receptions for 11 yards.

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DeMarco Murray leaves game late against the Rams.

Murray just took a shot to the lower leg area and had to be helped off the field by trainers. The Titans are down four and trying to drive down the field for a go-ahead touchdowns with under two minutes remaining, so this is a big loss not only on this drive but potentially for the rest of the season. Murray is a really tough player, so him walking off the field and to the locker room could still mean it's a serious injury—he was limping quite a bit on his way to the locker room. We'll update you as more information becomes available.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray leads backfield with 19 touches in 25-23 loss to the Niners.

Murray rushed 18 times for 59 yards and caught a four-yard pass. The veteran back continues to struggle, but the Titans need him to get going over the final two weeks of the season if they want to earn a playoff berth. Murray will be a low-end RB2/FLEX option against the Rams on Christmas Eve, but Tennessee might be wise to let Derrick Henry lead the backfield to spark the offense.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray gets 13 touches against the Cardinals.

Murray had 11 carries for 34 yards and two receptions for 13 yards in the Week 14 loss. And Derrick Henry punched in a touchdown by the goal line, so it wasn’t a good day for those that inserted Murray into their fantasy lineups. Even against the 49ers next week, Murray is just a FLEX option.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray gets 13 touches against the Texans.

Murray had what was actually his second-best rushing yardage output of the season, carrying 11 times for 66 yards in the victory. He also added two receptions for 13 yards. The Titans are going with a split backfield between Murray and talented second-year back Derrick Henry, which caps Murray's fantasy upside right now. Consider him an FLEX option against the Cardinals next week.

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DeMarco Murray scores against the Colts.

Murray couldn't get much going on the ground in the Titans' Week 12 win, carrying 12 times for nine yards—but he did have a touchdown. The score came at the goal line, where Murray lined up at fullback in front of Derrick Henry and punched it in on the first carry there. Murray also added three receptions for 33 yards, but the score is what really saved his fantasy day. Henry averaged 6.1 yards per carry on 13 attempts compared to Murray's less than one yard per carry, and the Titans might have no choice but to start giving Henry the majority of the carries in the backfield. Murray will still remain involved either way, though, so he'll be an RB2/FLEX option in Week 13.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray gets 13 touches in Week 11.

The veteran running back carried eight times for ten yards and caught five passes (one six targets) for 37 yards. Early in the game on a couple plays, it appeared Murray had a hole to run through but just missed chances for some decent gains. Meanwhile, second-year back Derrick Henry carried seven times for 32 yards, and there's certainly a chance the team decides they need to start giving Henry the ball more than they are. However, Murray will always have a role as the top receiving option out of the backfield—although tonight he did miss a block that got quarterback Marcus Mariota crushed by a defender. He's had a couple of huge weeks, including in Week 10 against hotel Browns, but Murray simply hasn't been an RB1 this season. Next week in a good matchup with Indianapolis, there's a chance he's a good high-end RB2 option, though.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray goes off for three touchdowns in Titans' win.

In a matchup against one of the league's best defenses in terms of yards per carry, Murray had an excellent game, rushing 14 times for 42 yards and two touchdowns while adding four receptions (on four targets) for 30 yards and the game-winning touchdown on a seven-yarder with 36 seconds remaining. The game-winner was on a pass to the flat where Murray made a couple guys miss before lunging into the end zone and reaching the ball across for a score. Derrick Henry (11 carries for 52 yards) was more efficient with his carries, but Murray scored on two goal line carries for his rushing scores. There's certainly a chance Henry takes some of the goal line snaps in the coming weeks, but Murray appears healthier than he's been this season and will be a good option against the Steelers on Thursday night in Week 11.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (knee) will be limited in practice this week.

This is a new issue for Murray, who's been dealing with injuries all season. It sounds like he'll be limited in practice all week before playing on Sunday against the Bengals, but check back in when the official injury report for the game is released on Friday.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray gets 11 touches against the Ravens.

Baltimore continued its improvement in run defense over the last couple of weeks, as Murray gained only 19 yards on nine touches. The veteran running back did also add two receptions (on two targets) for 22 yards in the victory. At the halfway point for the Titans, Murray is currently on pace for 190 carries, 782 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns, 38 receptions, and 250 receiving yards. Murray has the upside of a great RB1, but he's currently just an RB2/FLEX option in fantasy lineups until he starts racking up more touches and yardage.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) practiced fully today.

Murray hasn't been a full participant on a Wednesday for a while now, so it appears the bye week was a huge help in getting him healthy. The veteran back is probably a lot closer to 100% than he's been all season, and hopefully he'll start looking healthy and at his best out there. You can insert Murray into your lineup as a good RB1 this week against Baltimore.

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DeMarco Murray gets the start, sees 21 touches despite the questionable tag.

Playing at less than 100%, Murray rushed 18 times for 59 yards and caught three passes for 17 yards. He was facing an underrated Cleveland front, so it could have been a lot worse for anyone sticking with Murray, as Derrick Henry rushed 13 times for just 13 yards. The veteran should heal up over the Week 8 bye and be a solid RB1/RB2 option down in the second half of the season. The Titans will get the Ravens in Week 9.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) is active against the Browns.

Murray is suiting up again, but it’d be a surprise if he was 100% while dealing with the hamstring issue. Still, he should get a good amount of work for the Titans and is an RB2/FLEX option.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

Adam Schefter says Titans RB DeMarco Murray (hamstring) will play today.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says the Titans are "optimistic" Murray will play against Cleveland. It sounds like he's playing, but this is one we need to check in for when actives and inactive come out at 11:30 AM ET time.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) is officially questionable for Week 7.

Murray didn't practice the first two days of the week, but he practiced on a limited basis today and might be trending toward being active on Sunday. The Titans play in the earlier games, so we'll know by 11:30 AM ET if Murray is active or not. Derrick Henry would be a top-ten option if Murray ends up inactive, but it'd probably be a split backfield if Murray plays.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) did not practice today.

The veteran running back could probably miss practice all week and still play on Sunday, but he is someone to keep an eye on. We expected him to be out there against the Browns, but he's lock—especially in a game Tennessee might think they can win while giving Murray a rest (not that any game in the NFL is easy).

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) did not practice today.

Murray continues battling through his hamstring injury, but it's still a slight issue and he's not 100%. There's not much concern about his status for Sunday, but the nagging hammy is something to keep in mind.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray scores against the Colts.

Murray handled 16 touches in the AFC South matchup, carrying 12 times for 40 yards and a touchdown while adding four receptions (on four targets) for 47 yards through the air. As usual, Murray ran well and picked up positive yardage on his carries, and the touchdown was on a nice run by the goal line where he lowered his shoulder and got into the end zone. There's some talk about Murray being a bit bothered by his hamstring still, but he's still out there on the field and should be in all fantasy lineups next week against the Browns.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray gets 19 touches in Week 5 loss.

Murray carried 14 times for 58 yards and added four receptions for 11 yards versus the Dolphins. Miami did a good job of shutting down the Titans rushing attack, so there wasn't much room for Murray—who also lost a fumble in the game. Though his yardage numbers have been disappointing aside from Week 3 versus Seattle, Murray should remain in fantasy lineups against the Colts in Week 6.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray doesn't do much in Week 4.

Murray carried seven times for 31 yards and added two receptions (on two targets) for four yards in a blowout loss to the Texans. The Titans fell behind big early in the game, and Marcus Mariota (two rushing touchdowns) did most of the damage on the ground. Through four games, the bruising back is on pace for 168 carries, 860 yards, and four touchdowns along with 28 receptions for 112 yards. He, hopefully, will be able to far outperform that pace.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray breaks long touchdown in win over Seattle.

Murray, who only participated in Friday's practice after missing Wednesday and Thursday with a hamstring issue that limited him in Week 2, looked to be in tip-top form during the game, He carried 14 times for 115 yards, including a 75-yard touchdown where Murray ran outside and up the sideline, doing a great job following his blocks to get in the end zone. Murray also had a five-yard reception. Derrick Henry's presence remains a concern, but Murray still has it (if there was any doubt). He should be in lineups in Week 4 against the Texans.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) is "more than likely" to play today, according to Adam Schefter.

Murray was able to get in a limited practice on Friday after missing Wednesday and Thursday, and it looks like he'll be out there in the late afternoon game against Seattle. However, you need to make sure you have a backup in place from the later games in case Murray ends up being inactive. And Murray is more of a FLEX option this week while he's battling an injury with an uncertain workload versus a tough defense.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) is questionable for Week 3.

After missing practice Wednesday and Thursday, Murray was able to get in a limited session today. It's very likely a decision will not be made until pregame, and the Titans don't play until 4:05 PM ET. Make sure you have other options if Murray is inactive. If he plays, Murray is just a FLEX play.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray (hamstring) did not practice today.

He's looking iffy for Sunday against Seattle, but Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said he hopes Murray is able to practice tomorrow. We'll get more clarity on the situation tomorrow after practice and when the official injury report for the game is released.

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DeMarco Murray (hamstring) is still day-to-day.

Murray is not practicing today, but there's still time for him to get ready for Sunday against Seattle. His workload is a bit shaky at the moment, though, even if he does end up being 100% healthy for the game.

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DeMarco Murray is day-to-day with hamstring tightness.

Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said Murray felt tightness during the game yesterday so they held him out. According to Jim Wyatt of the team's official website, Mularkey also said he feels Murray is still the starter. Either way, Derrick Henry is a complete beast of a runner and will see a good amount of carries this season. Despite talk of Murray being a workhorse again this season, that just simply might not happen because Henry is too good to keep off the field for long periods of time. It's a tough situation, especially with Murray and the Titans playing Seattle this week (though they were just gashed by Carlos Hyde and the 49ers on the ground yesterday).

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray outplayed by Derrick Henry in Week 2 win.

Murray—who may have been dealing with a hamstring issue that bothered him in the preseason—rushed just nine times for 25 yards. He also caught a three-yard pass, but backup Derrick Henry ran through Jacksonville with 92 yards and a score on 14 carries. We'll keep an eye on the injury report this week, but there's probably a chance that Tennessee simply gave Henry more work based on performance. Murray will be more of a low-end RB2 next week against Seattle, and Henry is right on his heels.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray doesn't get much going in Week 1.

The Raiders did a good job against Murray, limiting him to 12 carries for 44 yards and two receptions for 16 yards. He out-carried Derrick Henry, but Henry appears set to take series at a time in the offense. Murray gets the Jaguars next week and will be an RB1 in that game.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray dominates first-team work in Sunday's preseason game.

Murray rushed six times for 16 yards and caught a negative-three-yard pass, playing clearly ahead of Derrick Henry before leaving the game. It was a little surprising to see Murray so clearly ahead of the talented second-year back, and we thought maybe Henry might not even be playing after getting a lot of work in last week's game, but he eventually came in and played into the second half. Murray looks like a solid RB1.

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DeMarco Murray is not playing in the Titans' preseason game today.

Murray (hamstring) resumed practicing this week, but the Titans are opting to sit him. Derrick Henry will take almost all the work with the starters, and Murray is likely to play in the Titan's third preseason game on Thursday.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray "worked extensively" in Titans practice tonight.

Jim Wyatt of the team's official website tweeted this is Murray's "biggest step in return from hamstring injury." It appears Murray is very, very close to 100% recovered from his hamstring injury, if he isn't there yet. Murray might be able to play in the team's second preseason game this Saturday against the Panthers, though they might ultimately decide to hold him out. Murray's ADP hasn't been affected by this and it should remain at the first/second round borderline.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray will not play in the Titans' first preseason game.

Head coach Mike Mularkey announced this, and it's not surprising after Murray just returned yesterday as a limited participant in practice. Derrick Henry will handle most of the backfield work with Marcus Mariota and the first-team offense.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray is practicing for the Titans tonight.

Murray was dealing with a hamstring issue and missed a few days, but he's good to go now. We'll see if he plays in the team's first preseason game. Murray is currently going in the late 1st or early 2nd round of fantasy drafts.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray is dealing with a hamstring injury.

He didn't practice today, but it doesn't sound too serious. The team will probably hold Murray out until he's back to 100%, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him sit out the team's first preseason game. Derrick Henry will take almost all of the first-team reps in practice with Murray out.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray says he hopes to get "a lot more" work this season.

The Titans workhorse back likely means he hopes he'll continue to get a lot of work, because he had 346 touches last season. Murray says he makes sure he is "physically prepared" for whatever workload the team throws at him. Head coach Mike Mularkey said he loves Murray saying that and promised Murray will "have enough to keep his hands full." The 29-year-old back also said the Titans want to be "the most physical team ever." Great second-year back Derrick Henry will no doubt get some touches, but Murray is still expected to get around 20 touches per game again this season.

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DeMarco Murray is recovered from his offseason hand surgery and 100% for training camp.

The team said it expected its starting running back to be good to go for training camp and he is. Rhett Bryan of Titans Radio Network said Murray looks "a little lighter." The ultra talented and determined second-year back Derrick Henry will certainly take some of Murray's work, and the Titans could put more on quarterback Marcus Mariota's plate this season, but Murray should still be among the league leaders in touches. He's a borderline first round pick in 2017 fantasy drafts.

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DeMarco Murray underwent a procedure for a minor injury, head coach Mike Malarkey says. 

Murray was in a cast, but will be out of it by Monday. The Titans' lead back is expected to be ready for training camp. He might give up more carries to stud second year back Derrick Henry, but Murray should still be a top ten RB in 2017.

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Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said that DeMarco Murray is the team's "workhorse."

He made it clear Murray is the number one back on the team, as they have made clear all offseason. The reason he has to do this is the presence of Derrick Henry, a potentially great back behind Murray on the depth chart. Murray should work as a workhorse again this season, with Henry mixing in and likely establishing some FLEX value in a run-heavy offense. Murray should be drafted as a top ten running back in 2017, while Henry will be among the best handcuffs next season.

DeMarco Murray doesn't do much in Titans' season finale.

Murray had 11 carries for 21 yards. He ends his bounce back season with 293 carries for 1,287 yards and nine touchdowns rushing, with 53 receptions for 377 yards and a touchdown receiving. Murray's issue last season was the Eagles offensive line not being able to block from guard to guard, so Murray couldn't be utilized the way Chip Kelly wanted. His bounce back shows that he's still a good player and should be drafted as an RB1 in fantasy drafts next season, assuming Derrick Henry doesn't take too much of his workload.

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DeMarco Murray averages only 3.0 YPC in Titans' loss to the Jaguars.

Murray had 14 carries for 42 yards and two catches for 18 yards. The Jaguars defense came ready to play and there was not much room for Murray or Derek Henry to run. To make matters worse, Marcus Mariota broke his fibula and is out for the year. Murray and the Titans still have a chance at the AFC South if the Bengals can beat the Texans tonight, and they would likely ride Murray. He'll be a RB1 like usual against Houston.

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DeMarco Murray has another productive game for the Titans.

Murray had 18 carries for 89 yards and five catches for 52 yards against the Chiefs. Unfortunately for Murray owners, Derrick Henry had two touchdowns in the game, but they should be happy with 140+ total yards from Murray. He's been a true workhorse this season, and will be a high-end RB1 next week against the Jaguars.

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DeMarco Murray rushed 21 times for 92 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's 13-10 win over the Broncos.

He also attempted another pass, but it was incomplete. Murray looked fresh coming off the bye to start the game, as he scored a touchdown in the 1st quarter. The Broncos defense got tougher after the half, but it remains clear that Murray remains the workhorse for the Titans--despite Derrick Henry getting 12 carries. The Titans take on the Chiefs in KC for Week 15.

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DeMarco Murray has worst game as a Titan in Week 12 win.

It still wasn't bad, as he nearly totaled 100 yards with 17 carries for 43 yards and five catches for 41 yards. More concerning, is Derrick Henry rushed eight times for 60 yards and a touchdown, which could take away some of the monster workloads for Murray down the stretch. Still, he is a rock-solid RB1 when the Titans return from their Week 13 bye; Murray should be fresh for Week 14 versus Denver.

DeMarco Murray | Retired RB

DeMarco Murray catches TD in Week 11.

Murray had 21 carries for 70 yards and three catches for nine yards and a touchdown against the Colts. Murray has at least 12 fantasy points in every game this season. He’s an elite RB1 that should be in your lineup every week.

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DeMarco Murray scores 75-yard touchdown in Sunday's win.

After rushing for the long touchdown in the 1st quarter, Murray finished with 17 carries for 123 yards and one touchdown, adding two catches for 33 yards. The touchdown was all fantasy owners needed from him against the elite Packers run defense. Murray has shown no signs of slowing down, and will be an elite option this week against the Colts. Still, Murray owners should get Derrick Henry if they can.