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  • July 17, 2018


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DeMarco Murray: Three landing spots that produce sense

DeMarco Murray isn't the same player who rushed for more than 1,800 yards in 2014 using the Dallas Cowboys. He might not really be up to the products the guy who gained almost 1,300 yards for your Tennessee Titans in 2016.

But when he was 30, Murray will not be done. There’s still gas within the tank plus the tread on those tires just isn't completely worn. He may not an every-down back, but he'll be more than serviceable like a backup, or possibly a starter, when necessary.

Yet, the three-time Pro Bowler remains with no team to the upcoming season. It shouldn’t stay like that when training camps open in July, so here’s a peek at three teams who should purchase Murray’s services.

Frank Gore has become in Miami, so for that moment second-year back Marlon Mack owns the No. 1 job. Mack averaged 3.8 yards on his 93 carries and rushed for three touchdowns like a rookie, so it is not like he's opting cold.

However, if Andrew Luck returns promptly and stays healthy, he'll need better protection, especially from his backs as blockers. Murray is known as one of the better pass-blocking backs inside game, to ensure that would be something Colts' fans might get behind.

Murray, also, do not possess to start in Indianapolis. Mack should still get his shot. But Murray is usually a nice insurance cover and adds an even more successful veteran presence than Seahawks castoffs Christine Michael and Robert Turbin, who in conjunction with two draft picks, are behind Mack around the



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