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Oakland Raiders

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Allen excited for Latavius Murray
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings that he's not sure what second-year running back Latavius Murray is capable of, but he's looking forward to finding out.

Murray missed his entire rookie year with an ankle injury, but he's expected to compete for a role as the No. 2 running back behind Darren McFadden this season.

"Latavius is a guy that I think has a lot of potential," Allen said. "When you look at him from an athletic standpoint, he’s a little over 6-2, he’s about 230 pounds and ran a 4-3 40-yard dash. He had the injury last year, and he was never really (healthy). When I saw the tape from him in college, I was very impressed with him as a runner. He's a big, physical back that has excellent footwork and lateral movement. And he has good vision.

"The problem is I never really saw Latavius Murray from the time that he walked on campus. Because really even then in the rookie minicamp he wasn't 100 percent healthy. From all indications, he’s healthy now, and so I’m excited to see what he can do."

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Big offseason coming for Latavius Murray
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

With Darren McFadden and Rashad Jennings both expected to hit the free agent marketplace, this offseason should be huge for Raiders running back Latavius Murray. On injured reserve for his rookie season with an ankle injury, Murray might be in a position to land a big chunk of the Oakland run game workload. Coach Dennis Allen will be watching and evaluating. 

"I think Latavius is one of those guys that we're anxious to see be healthy and get out there and play," Allen said according to ESPN. "He's a big back that's got excellent speed and excellent size. He runs tough ... we'll find out a lot more about Latavius Murray as we go through the offseason program and into training camp."

Murray is 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, a physical pounder who had 19 total touchdowns and over 1,300 total yards in 11 games as a senior at Central Florida in 2012. 

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Latavius Murray has sleeper appeal
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Raiders running back Latavius Murray missed his rookie season in 2013 with an ankle injury, but he still has the chance to make an impact this year, reports the Contra Costa Times.

The report considers Murray a sleeper for 2014. Darren McFadden and Rashad Jennings are free agents this offseason, and Murray has the chance to compete for the starting job at running back.

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Raiders place two on injured reserve
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

The Raiders put rookie running back Latavius Murray (ankle) and cornerback Joselio Hanson (groin) on injured reserve, ending their seasons.

Murray underwent ankle surgery recently. Hanson played in all three preseason games and made an interception last Friday against the Bears.

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Latavius Murray has ankle scoped
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Raiders rookie running back Latavius Murray had arthroscopic ankle surgery Tuesday, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. The timetable for his return is unclear.

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