There’s 1 Running Back Getting Mentioned The Most For Ravens


If people thought Latavius Murray was going to the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday, they really think the marriage is bound to happen now.

The Ravens reportedly fear running back Gus Edwards and cornerback Marcus Peters suffered torn ACLs in practice today. Incredibly, Edwards would be the third Baltimore running back to suffer a season-ending injury in the last two weeks.

J.K. Dobbins, the team’s projected starter, tore his ACL in the preseason finale on August 28. Justice Hill, who was supposed to share some of the load with Edwards in place of Dobbins, tore his Achilles in practice earlier this week.

That leaves Ty’Son Williams and the recently signed Le’Veon Bell and Trenton Cannon as the only running backs on the Ravens’ roster. Murray, a durable 31-year-old veteran, was released by the New Orleans Saints two days ago after two productive seasons.

The onetime Pro Bowler still has some gas in the tank, and many experts think the Ravens will look to add him to the fold soon.

The Ravens have had an absolutely brutal run of injuries in general, and at the running back spot in particular. Signing Murray could help ease the pain in that area though.

We’ll see if Baltimore does what so many people expect them to do in the coming days.


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