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Draft Scout DeMarco Murray News
10/19/14 - RB DeMarco Murray set the NFL record for consecutive 100-yard rushing games to open a season with seven. He had 128 yards against the Giants on 28 carries. Murray held the previous record of six games with Hall-of-Fame legend Jim Brown.
10/16/14 - RB DeMarco Murray returned to practice Thursday after sitting out Wednesday with a stomach virus. He will play against the Giants and resume his chase of the NFL single-season rushing record. With 785 yards on 159 carries through six games, Murray is on pace to shatter the NFL single-season records for yards and carries.
"I'm just focusing on the team. I'm focusing on the team. I think offensively we're doing well," Murray said. "The offensive line is blocking well. The tight ends, receivers down field. I think everybody is playing well for the most part, but we've got to continue to make sure we keep it up."
10/15/14 - RB DeMarco Murray missed practice Wednesday because of an illness but he should be good to go on Thursday.
10/13/14 - RB DeMarco Murray rushed 29 times for 115 yards and a touchdown. He got stronger as the game went on against a Seattle defense that was allowing just 62 yards per game. Murray continues to be on pace for a 2,000-yard season, but he is also on track to set an NFL record with 424 carries.
10/12/14 - RB DeMarco Murray became the second running back in NFL history to begin a season with six consecutive 100-yard games when he rushed for 115 yards on 29 carries Sunday in Seattle. Murray matched Jim Brown's NFL record from the 1953 season and can break it with another 100-yard performance this Sunday. He also became the first back this season to put up 100 yards on the Seattle defense.