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Raiders’ Latavius Murray expected to get some carries this week

Raiders running back Latavius Murray is expected to get some carries this week with Maurice Jones-Drew expected to sit out after undergoing hand surgery. Greg Olson is talking like MJD is out for Sunday's game. Says they'll start with DMC then see some Latavius Murray. #Raiders — Fallon Smith (@FallonSmithCSN) September 11, 2014 We mentioned earlier that Darren McFadden...
Via Pro Football Zone
September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Maurice Jones-Drew Hand Surgery - Doubtful Week 2

The Oakland Raiders could be without RB Maurice Jones-Drew in their Week 2 matchup against the Houston Texans.  He led the team in carries with 9 during the Week 1 loss to the New York Jets, but gained just 11 yards.  Darren McFadden gets a bump in weekly rankings but it might be Latavius Murray who you want to stream this week. A 6th round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft out of...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
September 11, 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

Raiders’ Latavius Murray had two surgeries last year

Raiders running back Latavius Murray underwent two surgeries last year. He played in just one preseason game before bowing to an ankle injury that required surgery. He rehabbed a while before realizing the joint still felt off. He had a second surgery in December to “tighten things up,” and only felt normal again in May. “It was a long road back,” Murray said last week...
Via Pro Football Zone
August 11, 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

Raiders Rookie RB Latavius Murray Lost For Season

The Oakland Raiders have put rookie running back Latavius Murray on injured reserve according to the Bay Sports Report. Murray was considered a sleeper pick going into 2013 as a 6th round pick out of UCF. Considered similar to Darren McFadden, Murray had a chance to carve out significant time this season. McFadden is sure to get hurt and the only other backs ahead of Murray were...
Via FF Locker Room
August 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Checking In On Oakland Raiders RB Latavius Murray

The Oakland Raiders were not very good last season and shouldn’t be any better in 2013 but they do still have perennial fantasy disappointment Darren McFadden. And when you consistently have issues staying on the field (McFadden has never played more than 13 games in 5 seasons) it tends to give the next guy a shot to make a fantasy impact. In the case of the Raiders in 2012, Marcel...
Via FF Locker Room
June 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Tale of the Tape: film review of Oakland Raiders' new RB Latavius Murray

When the Raiders traded down with the Buccaneers in the fourth-round (they chose QB Tyler Wilson after trading down), they also picked up an extra sixth-round pick as compensation for trading down. The pick, 181st overall, was used to select running back Latavius Murray from Central Florida. Central Florida plays in a smaller conference in division I, Conference USA (C-USA for...
Via Thoughts from the Dark Side
May 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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