An MRI on DeMarco Murray’s injured toe didn’t show anything overly concerning, Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Monday, but the star running back could be limited this week in practice.
“DeMarco, we’re just going to monitor him,” Mularkey said. When asked if the test results were favorable, he said “for the most part, yeah,” but he expects to have a greater understanding of Murray’s health when the team practices Wednesday.
“I’m not going to rush him back,” Mularkey said.
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Murray injured the toe on a run toward the end of the first half of a victory against the Jaguars on Thursday night at Nissan Stadium, and walked into the locker room early. He returned for the Titans’ first drive of the second half and played into the fourth quarter, finishing with his fourth 100-yard rushing performance in the last six games. Rookie Derrick Henry rushed for a career high 60 yards on 16 carries and scored his first touchdown against the Jaguars, splitting carries with Murray throughout the game.