Murray carried the ball 13 times for 28 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to Detroit. Murray managed to snap his three-game scoreless streak on Sunday, but did so while recording his lowest rushing total of the season and his first game without a catch. Murray may be frustrating some fantasy owners with just two scores since Week 3, but he's also managed to be impressively consistent, tallying at least 60 total yards in eight of 10 games this season. In a league dominated by running-back commitees, Murray deserves continued starts if for no other reason than he represents 69 percent of the Raiders' carries this season.
Murray (concussion) had 12 carries for 48 yards and caught all five of his targets for 29 yards in Sunday's 30-14 loss to Minnesota. Murray was somewhat iffy heading into the game, but easily led the Raiders' backfield in touches with 17. He probably would have gotten more work, but Oakland trailed for the entire game. Things should get easier for him next week against a suspect Lions' defense.
Murray (concussion) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Murray, who is bouncing backs back from a concussion that he suffered last weekend, will give it a go Sunday against a Minnesota defense that has allowed an average of 111.6 yards per game on the ground to date. Through eight games, Murray has carried 132 times for 630 yards (good for a 4.8 yards per carry) and three TDs, to go along with 21 catches for 104 yards.
Murray (concussion) practiced without limitations Friday and has been cleared to start Sunday's game against the Vikings, according to Jerry McDonald of ibabuzz.com. Officially, Murray is listed as probable for the contest, but barring any unexpected setbacks, he should be fine for Sunday's 4:05 ET kickoff.
Murray (concussion) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice. Although Murray said that he is already symptom-free, his limited participation at Thursday's practice suggests he still needs to clear at least one hurdle in the NFL's concussion protocol. If he's ultimately unable to play against the Vikings, it's unclear how the Raiders would divide work between Taiwan Jones, Roy Helu and fullbacks Marcel Reece and Jamize Olawale.
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