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The Tennessee Titans have made the first big move of free-agency by reportedly trading for running back Demarco Murray.

The Tennessee Titans and new general manager Jon Robinson announced their presence at the dance Monday evening as news broke that the Titans are completing a deal to bring running back Demarco Murray to Nashville.

According to a report first released by ESPN, the Tennessee Titans and the Philadelphia Eagles are working to conclude a deal that would send running back DeMarco Murray to the Titans.

Terms of the cost of the trade for the Titans have not been released, but Murray's agents at SportsTrust Advisors, confirmed the deal was in the works. No deal can become official until Wednesday when new deals can be signed. It is believed that the trade would invlove restructuring Murray's current contract that he signed as a free-agent with the Eagles prior to last season. That deal was a five-year, $40 million deal that included $21 million guaranteed.

Two seasons ago, Murray led the NFL with  2,261 total yards from scrimmage, including 1,845 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns for the Cowboys.

According to a source with knowledge of the deal, Murray will reportedly keep his guaranteed money under the terms of a new deal with the Titans. 

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