Murray briefly went into the locker room during the second half of the game, but he spent most of his time on the sidelines standing with the offensive personnel. Coach Jack Del Rio said after the game that he was banged up, but available.
The third-year running back in his first full season as the starter is hoping a week off -- the team practices Wednesday and Thursday before getting four days off -- is enough to get him back to full strength.
Oakland Raiders’ Latavius Murray (28) runs against Denver Broncos’ Danny Trevathan (59) in the first quarter of their NFL game at O.co Coliseum
Oakland Raiders' Latavius Murray (28) runs against Denver Broncos' Danny Trevathan (59) in the first quarter of their NFL game at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif, on Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) ( Nhat V. Meyer )
"I definitely think it's a good time to get some rest, just relax and heal up," Murray said Tuesday.
Without Murray, the Raiders options on the ground are limited. He leads the team with 336 yards, an average of 67.2 per game that would put him on pace for a 1,000-yard season.