Vikings running back Latavius Murray to sign with Saints

Making sense of Mark Ingram’s negotiations Teddy Bridgewater’s waffling and Saints filling some needs

Making sense of Mark Ingram’s negotiations Teddy Bridgewater’s waffling and Saints filling some needs

New Orleans is expected to sign former Vikings running back Latavius Murray to a four-year, $14.4 million deal, according to ESPN. Reports indicated New Orleans turned to Murray to fill Ingram's spot when the Saints and Ingram couldn't reach an agreement on a contract extension. The only two teams whose running backs totaled more than 387 carries were the Seahawks and the Patriots. He gives the Ravens a legitimate No. 1 running back to pair with run-minded quarterback Lamar Jackson. Over a full 16-game season, that would amount to 441 carries, which would have been No. 2 in the National Football League behind only the Seahawks, who ran the ball 451 times. He also registered 50 receptions for 524 yards and six touchdowns.

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We might not see the Ravens be quite as run-based as we saw in the second half last season, but they seem to understand it's going to be a big part of their identity. Ingram would be a clear upgrade over the Eagles' current collection of running backs, which as of yet only includes Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement, Josh Adams and Boston Scott. In 2017, he played in all 16 games with 11 starts and carried 216 times for 842 yards with eight touchdowns as the Vikings advanced to the NFC Championship.

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