As the Dolphins search for a veteran running back to add to their offense, their attention turns to former Pro Bowler DeMarco Murray. He is visiting the Dolphins facility Monday and talking with the coaching staff, front office personnel, etc.
There is no doubt that Miami would like to have a veteran presence, like what Murray would bring, but the key questions are: at 30 years old, are his best days behind him and what will it cost to land him?
The Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero laid out the “age argument” against Murray this morning:
New…DeMarco Murray visit with Miami Dolphins must overcome a significant issuehttps://t.co/cTfIewTrgL
— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) March 19, 2018
And as Salguero wrote: “Murray is 30 years old. And while 30 years old is not old in some sports circles and can even be acceptable in professional football at some positions, Murray is a running back. And a 30-year-old running back who has been with three different teams raises red flags.”
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