Murray wants to 'have an opportunity to win a championship' with next team
DeMarco Murray wants to sign a new contract soon.
The 30-year-old running back became a free agent after he was cut by the Tennessee Titans in early March.
Murray told ESPN he has spoken to four or five teams about a potential contract and he hopes to agree to a deal before training camp begins in July.
"It's all about being transparent and, for me, I'm not looking to lead the league in rushing yards," Murray said (via NBC Sports).
"Obviously I would work and do everything to give me the opportunity to do that, but it’s all about having an opportunity to get to the playoffs and have an opportunity to win a championship.”
Murray rushed for 1,946 yards and 15 touchdowns over his two seasons with the Titans.
Murray, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, was originally selected by the Cowboys in the third round of the 2011 draft. He spent four seasons in Dallas and one with the Eagles before he was traded to Tennessee in March 2016.
Murray led the NFL in rushing yards and touchdowns in 2014 with the Cowboys.