Mark Ingram's Time With Saints Is Over As Team Will Sign Murray

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It's not earth-shattering money, yet still a healthy deal for a running back who will turn 30 this season and has more than 1,300 career carries.

The Packers and Lions could both use a runner of Ingram's caliber and experience, too. Now, with Ingram on the way out as an unrestricted free agent, the Saints are set to put Minnesota Vikings free agent running back Latavius Murray in his place.

ESPN.com reported that the Ravens and safety Earl Thomas have agreed to a four-year, $55 million deal with $32 million guaranteed. In his second National Football League season, Kamara received his second Pro Bowl invitation as he ran for 883 yards and 14 touchdowns on 194 carries and caught 81 passes for 709 yards and four touchdowns.

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In all likelihood, that will end Mark Ingram's tenure in New Orleans after eight seasons. He also registered 50 receptions for 524 yards and six touchdowns.

The Ravens went all-in on the run game last season when rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson took over as starter. The 29-year-old has missed 25 games over the last three seasons, due in large part to breaking his leg twice. He finished with 645 yards in 2018, averaging 4.7 yards per carry, after missing the first four games of the year due to a suspension. Murray finished his college career ranked second in school history in total touchdowns (44), eighth in rushing attempts (453), sixth in rushing yards (2,424) and third in rushing touchdowns (37).

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