Brevard County Native, Current Baltimore Ravens RB Latavius Murray Injures Ankle During Win Against Chargers
By CBS Sports // October 17, 2021
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Born in Titusville, Murray played at UCF and was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft
(CBS) – Brevard County native and current Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray injured his ankle during the Ravens 34-6 blowout win against the Chargers on Sunday.
Freeman led the Ravens in rushing yards, topping Lamar Jackson by two. All three of Freeman, Le’Veon Bell, and Latavius Murray got into the end zone, but Murray was later forced out of the game due to an ankle injury.
If Murray can’t go against the Bengals next week, Freeman — whose touchdown came from nine yards out in the fourth quarter — would likely split the backfield workload with Bell, though rookie Ty’Son Williams could also rejoin the mix.
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