Latavius Murray Injury: Updates on Raiders RB’s Concussion and Return

Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray suffered a concussion against the Pittsburgh Steelers following a hit from Mike Mitchell, forcing a fumble. Murray is expected to play in Week 10 against the Minnesota Vikings.

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Latest on Murray's Playing Status Sunday, Nov. 15 The Raiders announced on Friday that Murray is probable to play. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported prior to kickoff that Murray "is expected to play."

Latest on Murray's Practice Status Friday, Nov. 13 The Raiders announced Murray was a full participant in practice after being limited on Thursday and failing to practice on Wednesday.

Murray Comments on Concussion Thursday, Nov. 12 Murray said he feels good, but his status remains uncertain, and the decision on whether he will play is not his to make, per Bill Williamson of ESPN.

Murray also noted the concussion isn't as bad as the one he suffered last season, per Smith.

Del Rio Comments on Murray's Injury Monday, Nov. 9 Head coach Jack Del Rio told reporters Murray is in the league's concussion protocol, adding it "looks like he is going to bounce back fine."

Murray's Absence Would Be Big Blow to Raiders' Running Game The Raiders were counting on Murray to revitalize their running game in 2015, so this is a devastating blow if he is forced to miss extensive time.

He missed his rookie season with a foot injury, but he showed flashes of excellence down the stretch in 2014 on the way to 424 rushing yards, 143 receiving yards and two total touchdowns behind an impressive 5.2 yards per carry. He even demonstrated versatility with 19 kick returns.

In 2015, Murray continued to perform, coming into Week 9 with 534 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Oakland will likely turn to Roy Helu Jr., who has at least shown flashes of productivity earlier in his career, racking up up 1,019 ...

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