This trade, just like the previous deal on Monday, will involve draft compensations for Philly. Murray picked out Tennessee as his trade partner after receiving permission to seek one out, feeling that the Titans would be a good fit.
The deal has been in the works for the past few days, before coming to an agreement Monday night. In the trade, Murray has agreed to re-work his five-year, $40 million contract that gives him $21 million guaranteed.
The 2014 NFL rushing champion with the Dallas Cowboys struggled to reach a common ground in his one season with the Eagles, and despite new head coach Doug Pederson coming in, he felt as if it was quickly time to move on.
The frustration stemmed from Murray's role in Chip Kelly's offense, as he felt the team did not properly execute what he was signed for. This led to a disagreement with owner Jeffery Lurie, who wouldn't take proper action to make the running back happy.
Murray will now be a key part of a rebuilding offense led by quarterback Marcus Mariota. The Titans have the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft and eight in total, including three in the top 64. With Murray manning the backfield, they will look to find supporting cast around him to build a potentially high-powered offense.