All of the focus on the Eagles’ offseason moves (or non-moves) so far has been squared on Sam Bradford. Will he be here? Should he be here? How much will he get paid? But DeMarco Murray is here, and he still doesn’t want to be.
According to Ian Rappppopopopopopoprt, the Eagles are being open with teams, letting them know that while a trade may be difficult to work out, Murray isn’t happy.
DeMarco Murray's affinity for DAL is evident. So is his $13M cap hit for #Eagles. Plenty to work out. Teams know his situation is unsettled
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 26, 2016
By trading Murray, the Eagles would actually save money on the cap (which seems to be the whole theme of the offseason), but everyone knows Murray doesn’t want to be here, and the Eagles would probably be fine not replacing him with a big-name back. That does irreparable damage to his value.