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Posted: 7/9/2018 10:46am ET
Huddle Up: Murray may have to wait for an injury to a running back before he is able to sign with a team. He probably will be part of a committee when he does sign with a team and would be no more than a No. 3 running back in standard leagues.
Posted: 6/13/2018 10:10am ET
Huddle Up: Murray would have been an ideal Mark Ingram replacement for the first four games of the year, but it's sensible that a running back of Murray's caliber would want a private, individual workout. There are few situations left, if any, in which Murray can be a lead running back. Obviously he can be avoided until he signs somewhere.
Posted: 3/19/2018 2:06pm ET
Huddle Up: That doesn't mean an agreement can't eventually get done, but Murray can visit other teams. He's one of the bigger names still on the free-agent market but will assuredly be part of a committee once he finds a new team. Approach him as an RB3 or flex with more upside in PPR scenarios.
Posted: 3/17/2018 3:26pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray could be a big-time fantasy producer if he finds the right situation. Without any proven backs in South Florida, Miami could be the perfect landing spot since he can run, catch out of the backfield and block at a high level.
Posted: 3/17/2018 9:23am ET
Huddle Up: The Dolphins have Kenyan Drake as their No. 1 running back, but Murray could be more traditional running back for the Dolphins. He probably would see limited playing time if he joins Miami but could be a No. 3 running back or flex option in standard leagues.
Posted: 3/14/2018 9:15am ET
Huddle Up: Murray would thrive in a situation like this where he'll be a volume rusher, but his lack of receiving prowess hurts him. He's an RB2 candidate.
Posted: 3/11/2018 8:39pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray's days as a lead back are probably numbered, but Detroit would be a decent landing spot for his value. The Lions have been searching for a productive back, and Murray could carve out a steady roll and become a RB3.
Posted: 3/8/2018 2:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray recorded 659 yards and six touchdowns this season, so he should be able to find another team to join this offseason. He probably will be part of a running back committee for a team and could be a No. 3 running back in standard leagues depending on his role. Derrick Henry should receive the majority of the work for the Titans and can be a No. 2 fantasy running back.
Posted: 2/15/2018 3:42pm ET
Huddle Up: The Lions will be looking to add at least one running back this offseason, and Murray likely will be released this offseason. Murray likely will be part of a committee no matter where he plays in 2018 and probably will be a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy running back.
Posted: 1/15/2018 9:34pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray might be hopeful of a return to Tennessee in 2018 but his contract suggests otherwise, as the Titans would avoid owing him any of the $6.5 million he's set to make next season by cutting him in the coming months. That makes the most sense, as Derrick Henry is fully expected to take over the reins of the backfield. Murray's fantasy stock next year will depend on what backfield situation he lands in.
Posted: 1/11/2018 5:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray will be 30 years old going into next season, so it doesn't look like he has much time left as a feature back. Although he's proven to be durable throughout his seven-year career, the Titans have the younger and extremely talented Derrick Henry to ride with as their starting running back, making it unlikely Murray returns. Henry is on a roll right now and will certainly have RB1 potential in 2018 as Tennessee's lead tailback.
Posted: 1/10/2018 11:50am ET
Huddle Up: Murray hasn't seen the gridiron since Week 16 after suffering an MCL tear. He appears to be headed for another inactive status, in which case Derrick Henry would receive the majority of touches out of the backfield. Henry's star is on the rise as an RB2 candidate in 2018.
Posted: 1/9/2018 1:50pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray has been dealing with this knee ailment for a while now. It's already caused him to miss the first round of the playoffs and he is at risk of missing a key tilt with the New England Patriots. If that is the case, we'll see a heavy dose of Derrick Henry again, a running back who has entered the RB2 conversation for 2018.
Posted: 1/8/2018 11:18pm ET
Huddle Up: Even if Murray does play, Derrick Henry is expected to start out of the backfield for the Titans regardless and will be the ideal choice for DFS players this weekend. Opposite the Chiefs in the Wild Card game, Henry ran wild for 156 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries, while also hauling in both of his targets in the passing game.
Posted: 1/7/2018 3:08pm ET
Huddle Up: Mularkey expects Derrick Henry to haul the mail, but for now Murray still has a chance to join him in the backfield. Even so, Murray is a risky play in fantasy postseason pools and DFS play.
Posted: 1/4/2018 10:13am ET
Huddle Up: There will be a heavy dose of Henry with Murray sidelined. The bruising back is now in the RB1 conversation for those in fantasy playoff contests.
Posted: 1/4/2018 10:03am ET
Huddle Up: Murray will do everything he can to be ready for a crucial playoff game, but the Titans have Derrick Henry to fall back on if Murray can't go or is limited. The Kansas City Chiefs were better than average defensively versus the run in 2017, but they did yield 12 rushing touchdowns to the position, making Henry an RB2 or flex consideration for those in playoff contests.
Posted: 1/2/2018 2:18pm ET
Huddle Up: There is a cloud hanging over Murray's future. It's not quite a cumulus cloud, but it's a cloud nonetheless. He'll be at the unenviable running back age of 30 next season and has 23-year-old talent Derrick Henry breathing down his neck. At best, Murray holds low-end RB2 to high-end RB3 value heading into 2018.
Posted: 12/29/2017 10:03am ET
Huddle Up: Murray sustained a third-degree MCL tear last week, but the Titans tried to push the idea of Murray gutting it out anyway for most of the week. His absence opens the door for Derrick Henry to get the heavy workload so many owners wanted him to see over the first 16 weeks of the season. While it is possible the Titans will zig when we expect them to zag, Henry is looking like a top-10 running back option this week.
Posted: 12/28/2017 11:54am ET
Huddle Up: Murray's prospects look pretty dull for the last game of the season. There should be a heavy dose of Derrick Henry even if Murray is active and limited. He is in a tough matchup, though, against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Posted: 12/27/2017 4:08pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray's status is not certain at this point, but there is a chance that he will not be able to play. Owners will need to monitor the situation during the week for a better idea of his status. He would be a risky option if he plays. Derrick Henry would be a nice fantasy option in all leagues if Murray is ruled out.
Posted: 12/26/2017 3:18pm ET
Huddle Up: It's already expected that Murray is going to be on a limited snap count if he is able to go this week. Derrick Henry will ideally be given more touches, but neither running back has been consistent enough this year to warrant starting for those still in the fantasy playoffs.
Posted: 12/25/2017 5:16am ET
Huddle Up: Derrick Henry will have a rough matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he should have enough volume to be an RB2 in fantasy.
Posted: 12/24/2017 2:53pm ET
Huddle Up: It appears Murray might be done for the season, although the regular season, so Derrick Henry is expected to see a bigger role in Week 17 and perhaps into the playoffs if the team qualifies.
Posted: 12/24/2017 1:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray was injured late, so his absence didn't really hurt his fantasy. But it appears Derrick Henry could be a difference maker in fantasy leagues deciding their championships in Week 17.
Posted: 12/10/2017 8:14pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray didn't do much for the second consecutive game, but no one else accomplished much on offense either. He had 13 total touches to eight for Derrick Henry and remains the fantasy back who will have more touches in Tennessee, although he has been more of a RB3 or flex fantasy play lately.
Posted: 12/3/2017 6:19pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray averaged a respectable 6.0 yards per game, and while he was outgained by Derrick Henry, it really was just one big 75-yard scoring run late in the fourth quarter to tip the scales in Henry's favor. Murray was far more consistent and remains a decent low-end RB2 or flex fantasy option in most formats.
Posted: 12/1/2017 2:05pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray was a bit under the weather, but still able to participate. If he is limited in any way on Sunday it would be the benefit of his RB committee partner Derrick Henry and his fantasy owners.
Posted: 11/30/2017 6:24pm ET
Huddle Up: If Mularkey holds true to his word, Murray will continue to be a low-end RB2 against the Houston Texans in Week 13, and Henry will be a risky flex play.
Posted: 11/30/2017 12:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray likely will be able to play in Week 13 if he can recover from the illness over the next few days. He has been limited to 19 rushing yards over the last two games but does have four total touchdowns in the last three games. He still has value because of his role in the passing game and can be a No. 2 running back or a flex option for owners.
Posted: 11/26/2017 3:17pm ET
Huddle Up: That's two awful performances in a row, as he has 20 carries for just 19 rushing yards across the past two games. The touchdown was nice, but he has devolved into a low-end RB2 or flex fantasy play heading into Week 13 against the Texans. Derrick Henry performed well and could eat into his role.
Posted: 11/25/2017 8:32am ET
Huddle Up: The Titans' offense as a whole has been a disappointment, the offensive line hasn't been nearly as good as it was last year and Murray has been slowed by injuries, but the 29-year-old has seemingly fallen off precipitously from what was a banner year in 2016. Tennessee reportedly values Murray's pass blocking and catching enough to keep things the way they currently are. Murray is a volume-based, low-end RB2 at best most weeks, while Henry is a high-upside, low-floor flex.
Posted: 11/16/2017 10:22pm ET
Huddle Up: It was another night to forget for Murray in a season that has become increasingly full of them. After leading the AFC in rushing last year, Murray has topped 60 rushing yards in game just once in 2017, and that was all the way back in Week 3. He's done a little more work as a receiver recently -- and is coming off a three-touchdown game -- but his status as a No. 2 fantasy back should be viewed as tenuous.
Posted: 11/16/2017 8:28am ET
Huddle Up: Outside of last week's three touchdowns, Murray has struggled. He's averaging just 3.01 yards per carry over the last four games. During that stretch, the Steelers are yielding 9.8 fantasy points per game to running backs - as a whole. Murray is still an RB2 in fantasy, but if you're loaded at the position, it's not out of the question to consider someone else.
Posted: 11/6/2017 5:51pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray probably will be able to play this week against Cincinnati Bengals, but owners should monitor the situation during the week. He struggled in Week 9 but can still be a No. 2 running back or a flex option in most leagues.
Posted: 11/6/2017 11:26am ET
Huddle Up: It's been a season to forget health-wise for Murray, who never healed fully from a preseason hamstring issue and has been injuring body parts ever since. Mularkey also said if Murray if 'effective, we'll allow him to continue to play.' The fact of the matter is he hasn't been effective for most of the season and especially lately, averaging 3.3 yards per carry or less in three straight games. It appears the Titans have no plans to change anything, making Murray a low-end flex option in most leagues.
Posted: 11/5/2017 7:20pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray exited with a knee injury but later returned, and he ended up logging one more carry than Derrick Henry. Big games and big plays have eluded Murray this year, but he usually receives enough touches to be used as a low-end RB2.
Posted: 11/5/2017 11:14am ET
Huddle Up: Murray may be limited during the rest of the game depending on his knee but probably will not miss much time. He should be considered a low-end No. 2 running back most weeks.
Posted: 10/23/2017 12:23pm ET
Huddle Up: The severity of the injury was not pinpointed, but Murray is no stranger to bumps and bruises. His practice status will need to be monitored closer than usual this week, but Murray and Derrick Henry will keep sharing carries either way. That is, as long as Murray is healthy enough to play.
Posted: 10/22/2017 1:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray was a bit of a question mark coming in with a hamstring issue, but he powered through with Derrick Henry struggling with 1.0 yards per carry in this game. Murray will have two weeks to rest his bumps and bruises with a bye in Week 8.
Posted: 10/22/2017 9:31am ET
Huddle Up: Murray has a very favorable matchup this afternoon versus the Browns. He will continue to split time in the backfield with RB Derrick Henry and should be viewed as a low-end RB1 or high-end RB2, with added value in PPR formats.
Posted: 10/22/2017 6:53am ET
Huddle Up: Murray was listed as questionable on the injury report and was a limited practice participant Friday, Oct. 20, after missing the two earlier sessions during the week. Assuming he is active, he should be viewed as a low-end RB1 or high-end RB2 due to the favorable matchup.
Posted: 10/20/2017 2:41pm ET
Huddle Up: Murray may be a game-time decision this week, so owners will need to check the inactive list for his status. He will be a risky option because of the injury and could see a drop in his touches if he plays. Owners can consider him a No. 2 running back of a flex option if he is active.
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