DeMarco Murray's fire to get out of Philadelphia most likely gained a lot of fuel on Sunday night in the Eagles' home blowout loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Murray, who's been in the spotlight in recent weeks with a decreased workload, had his worst game yet as a member of the Eagles after he signed a five-year deal worth $40 million last offseason after his record-setting year with the Cowboys.
If Murray didn't already hate Chip Kelly (he did), he sure does now.
Murray had exactly zero touches for much of the night before two carries late in the game. His final stat line: 2 carries, 3 yards, no catches.
Meanwhile, Ryan Mathews had 12 total touches and Darren Sproles had nine for a combined 86 yards.
It's becoming more apparent with each passing week that Kelly just pulled a major troll job on the Cowboys by signing Murray simply to keep him away from the Cowboys, which might be the most hilariously stupid plan even contrived by an NFL general manager.