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Feb 24, 2017
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Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said the team's starting running back job will not be opened to competition for 2017. What It Means: "DeMarco Murray is the guy," Mularkey stated. "He has shown he is the guy and he will continue to be that guy." In regards to what Derrick Henry's role will be like in his second season, Mularkey explained that "a lot is based on how we are going to attack the opponent." Henry averaged 4.5 yards per carry on 110 rush attempts last season, finishing with five touchdowns in his rookie campaign. Henry finished 13th in Rushing Net Expected...
Feb 22, 2017
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The Tennessee Titans will continue to view running back DeMarco Murray as "the guy" in their backfield for 2017, head coach Mike Mularkey said Wednesday. What It Means: Mularkey called sophomore Derrick Henry "an important part of our offense," but confirmed Murray will enter 2017 as Tennessee's workhorse. Now 29 years old, Murray averaged 4.39 yards per carry and logged 346 touches last season, although his effectiveness waned down the stretch due to a toe injury. While Henry will remain a threat for short-yardage and complementary carries, Murray's all-purpose ability keeps his...
Feb 21, 2017
Rotoworld
Titans coach Mike Mularkey said he wants his running backs to release into their pass routes quicker.
numberFire Feb 24, 2017

Titans say running back job not an open competition

Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said the team's starting running back job will not be opened to competition for 2017. What It Means: "DeMarco Murray is the guy," Mularkey stated. "He has shown he is the guy and he will continue to be that guy." In regards to what Derrick Henry's role will be like in his second season, Mularkey explained that "a lot is based on how we are going to attack the opponent." Henry averaged 4.5 yards per carry on 110 rush attempts last season, finishing with five touchdowns in his rookie campaign. Henry finished 13th in Rushing Net Expected...
numberFire Feb 22, 2017

DeMarco Murray still Titans' top backfield option for 2017

The Tennessee Titans will continue to view running back DeMarco Murray as "the guy" in their backfield for 2017, head coach Mike Mularkey said Wednesday. What It Means: Mularkey called sophomore Derrick Henry "an important part of our offense," but confirmed Murray will enter 2017 as Tennessee's workhorse. Now 29 years old, Murray averaged 4.39 yards per carry and logged 346 touches last season, although his effectiveness waned down the stretch due to a toe injury. While Henry will remain a threat for short-yardage and complementary carries, Murray's all-purpose ability keeps his...
Rotoworld Feb 21, 2017

Mularkey wants RBs in pass route 'quicker' - DeMarco Murray (RB) Tennessee Titans

Titans coach Mike Mularkey said he wants his running backs to release into their pass routes quicker.
NFL Nation | ESPN Feb 21, 2017

Titans want DeMarco Murray, RBs out quicker for passes

Titans want DeMarco Murray, RBs out quicker for passes
Music City Miracles Feb 16, 2017
DeMarco Murray is as ready for Titans season as you are

DeMarco Murray is as ready for Titans season as you are

Is it September yet? Nothing like a great workout to get back going... Damn is the season here yet?????!!!— DeMarco Murray (@DeMarcoMurray) February 16, 2017 The offseason is he worst- especially the period between when the Super Bowl ends and free agency begins. That is where we find ourselves right now. It seems as if DeMarco Murray is as ready for the 2017 season to get started as the rest of us are. It probably doesn’t hurt that he will be playing for a Super Bowl contender in ‘17.
Blogging The Boys Feb 9, 2017
Roster Breakdown (Part Two): Taking A Closer Look At The Running Backs On The Dallas Cowboys

Roster Breakdown (Part Two): Taking A Closer Look At The Running Backs On The Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys running game is an important part of their overall scheme, so how will it shake out for next season? The running back position has been a particular strength for a number of years with Marion Barber III leading the way from 2008-2010 and then DeMarco Murray from 2012-2014. Not much has changed as the Dallas Cowboys spent their fourth-overall pick in last year’s draft on Ezekiel Elliott. Ezekiel Elliott After an MVP-like rookie season, the star running back will remain atop the depth chart for years to come. He can run better than most, he can catch better than most and...
Who else? Cowboys win Offensive Line of the Year award

Who else? Cowboys win Offensive Line of the Year award

You might not have known this, but the NFL has an award for the top offensive oline of the year.Now that you know that, the rest is easy.The Built Ford Tough Offensive Line of the Year Award was won by (drum roll) ... the Dallas Cowboys. Who else, right?Dallas' offensive line, which helped former Cowboy DeMarco Murray lead the NFL in rushing in 2014 and did the same for rookie Ezekiel Elliott this season, is generally regarded as the best in football.Sorry, we didn't recognize the link you were trying to embed.
FOX Sports Feb 2, 2017
2017 NFL Draft: Tennessee Titans Post-Season 7-Round Mock Draft

2017 NFL Draft: Tennessee Titans Post-Season 7-Round Mock Draft

If the Tennessee Titans plan on getting over the hump next season, they can't afford to miss on any of their picks during the 2017 NFL Draft.Heading into the 2016 campaign, I had very high hopes for the Tennessee Titans. Marcus Mariota appeared headed for a breakout season, DeMarco Murray was...
Inside the Star Jan 27, 2017

DeMarco Murray Expects Ezekiel Elliott to Rewrite Cowboys’ Record Book

2014 was such an important year for the Dallas Cowboys. It was the foundation season for Jason Garrett’s process showing overwhelming results, as the Cowboys ran all over the league – literally – on their way to a NFC East title, Wild Card playoff win, and eventual elimination at the hands of Dean Blandino the Green Bay […] The post DeMarco Murray Expects Ezekiel Elliott to Rewrite Cowboys’ Record Book appeared first on Inside The Star.         

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