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Latavius Murray In Line to Play for Oakland Raiders Against Vikings

SAN DIEGO – OCTOBER 25: Latavius Murray #28 of the Oakland Raiders runs against the San Diego Chargers during their NFL game at Qualcomm Stadium on October 25, 2015 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images) Latavius Murray left the Oakland Raiders previous contest with a concussion, leaving the offense with Taiwan Jones and Marcel Reece to pick up the slack...
Via The Sports Journal
November 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Latavius Murray flashes superstar potential in Raiders’ Week 3 win

The Oakland Raiders were able to take care of business against the Cleveland Browns on the road this week with a 27-20 win. It wasn’t too surprising that they were able to come away with the win, but the performance that they received from running back Latavius Murray was a pleasant surprise that excites them for the future. Murray ended up carrying the football 26 times for 139...
Via This Given Sunday
September 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders: Give the ball to Latavius Murray

The Oakland Raiders spent almost the entire game with a lead over the Baltimore Ravens. It came down to the final minutes partly because they did not pound the football with Latavius Murray. Murray played well in the game and averaged more than four yards a carry. His season average of 4.3 yards-per-carry is better than the 3 yards and change Darren McFadden posted as the lead back...
Via EndZoneScore
September 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch: Raiders’ Latavius Murray Does Uphill Sprints, Hopeful of Securing Starting Job

The NFL offseason isn’t stopping Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray from getting a leg up on his running back competition. Murray has been recording his offseason workouts on his Instagram account. Murray’s latest post shows him sprinting up grassy hills outdoors. instead of telling you…I rather show you -hills w/ @vinnyscollo @sam_smith16 on the
Via Sportsnaut
July 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Latavius Murray makes history in less than a half of football

For months I have been saying that the Oakland Raiders needed to see what Latavius Murray could do. But even in my wildest dreams I did not imagine he would do what he did. I was mostly arguing that the Raiders needed to see what they had in advance of the offseason. I hoped against hope he could be a great back, but silly me, I didn’t think the coaching staff was dumb enough to...
Via cover32 - Raiders
November 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Raiders Mailbag: Where’s Latavius Murray? Biggest team problem? Draft plan? And more

@RaidersReporter with this being the best RB draft in years do you see Oakland using there 2nd or 3rd round pick on a Running Back? — Brian Garner (@TatumsGhost) October 29, 2014 I definitely think it’s possible but I wouldn’t bet on it. The running back position has been so devalued in the NFL and especially in the draft, you can get real quality backs in the 4th or 5th...
Via cover32 - Raiders
October 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Why the Raiders need to get Latavius Murray the ball

The Oakland Raiders only ran the ball 15 times in their loss to the New York Jets on Sunday and Latavius Murray got exactly zero of those carries. We don’t need to get into the fact that the Raiders needed to run the ball more here since there is a whole other piece dedicated to that idea already on the site. But what was not discussed in that piece is the fact that the Raiders...
Via cover32 - Raiders
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders: 2014 Training Camp Preview

  ON July 24th, the Oakland Raiders will report to training camp to kick off their 2014 season. Once again they will be holding it at the Napa County Marriott in Napa, California. This years training camp will be a fresh sight for most Raider fans. The influx of veterans has given the team a talent level it hasnt seen since possibly the early 2000′s. While most of those additions...
Via isportsweb.com
July 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Latavius Murray: The man who could be the future at RB for the Raiders

Raider Nation was dismayed last season to see rookie running back Latavius Murray get placed on injured reserve at the end of August 2013. Murray was the Oakland Raiders’ sixth round draft pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and it was frustrating to see his rookie season cut short before the regular season even began. A New York native, Murray came to the Raiders from the University of...
Via cover32 - Raiders
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders 2014 sleeper in second year, RB, Latavius Murray

General Manager Reggie McKenzie brought in plenty of new faces over the last few months. Ex-Houston Texans starting quarterback Matt Schaub, and two-time Super Bowl winning defensive end Justin Tuck, just to mention a few. Oakland's running back situation is going to be one of the more interesting in the league. The potential of Darren McFadden who resigned with the Raide...
Via College2Pro.com
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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