Former Cowboys, Titans RB DeMarco Murray Retires After Seven Seasons

DeMarco Murray announced his retirement from the NFL after playing seven seasons in the league. Murray, 30, made the announcement on ESPN’s NFL Live.

The past two seasons, Murray played for the Tennessee Titans, and ran for 659 yards and scored six touchdowns in 201He tore his MCL in Week 16 of last season and missed the remainder of the year. He was released in March.

Peter invited her to write about the policy for The MMQB. That winter, he invited the entire staff to join him for a holiday party and gave us all plus-ones. I brought my grandma, and when Peter stood up to speak about the contributions of the staff, he spent 10 minutes talking about her, and how important it was for us to break the mold of everyday NFL journalism and host a diversity of opinions. It made her night. It made my year. It is, without a doubt, the fondest memory of my professional life. Thank you, PK.

He will be eligible to return to the roster on Sept. 17, the day after the Vikings game.

The discipline stems from a traffic stop in Brown County, Wisconsin, on Oct. 1, 2017, in which Jones was charged with operating a vehicle with a controlled substance in his system; speeding; and operating a vehicle without a valid license. The case came to light after he entered a plea of not guilty on Nov. 15.

One of several Tigers defensive linemen who spurned the NFL draft to prolong their college careers another season, Bryant is a 6’5, 265-pound terror with the speed and power to wreak havoc on opponents’ offensive gameplans. He earned second-team All-ACC honors last season after tallying 58 tackles, including 15.5 tackles for loss, and 8.5 sacks. Traditional stats may not be the best way to gauge Bryant’s impact this season. There are only so many backfield takedowns to go around for Bryant and his three fellow projected early-round picks in the same position group: end Clelin Ferrell and tackles Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence.

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