On July 13 it was announced that former Tennessee Titan DeMarco Murray was retiring from the game of football.
Former #Titans RB DeMarco Murray retiring from NFL
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) July 13, 2018
DeMarco Murray has announced his retirement from the NFL on ESPN's NFL Live. Since being drafted in 2011, Murray's production ranked among the best in the NFL.
During his career, he ranked 3rd in Rush attempts (1,604), 3rd in Rush yards (7,174) and 4th in Rush TD (49). pic.twitter.com/Ij2S4YNtW6
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) July 13, 2018
DeMarco Murray helped change the trajectory of the Titans franchise after being acquired from the Eagles in March 2016. He had extremely high peaks (Offensive Player of the Year in 2014 and AFC's leading rusher in 2016.
— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) July 13, 2018
DeMarco Murray Stats with the Tennessee Titans:
- 2016: 293 carries for 1,287 yards. Nine rushing touchdowns. 53 receptions for 377 yards. Three receiving touchdowns.
- 2017: 184 carries for 659 yards. Six rushing touchdowns. 39 receptions for 266 yards. One receiving touchdown.
- Career Stats: 1,604 carries for 7,174 yards. 49 rushing touchdowns. 307 receptions for 2,165 yards. Six receiving touchdowns.
**Stats from NFL.com**
Murray spent four years with the Dallas Cowboys and one year with the Philadelphia Eagles prior to joining the Titans.