The New Orleans Saints had some positive things happen in their loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday morning in London. They didn’t get the job done, but there were certainly things you could take away from the game, that the team could build off of.

The one thing that happened to them that was good, doesn’t even matter anymore.

The Saints were forced to use Latavius Murray from their practice squad on Sunday due to some injuries. He was elevated, and he balled out with what little run he got.

With just 11 rushes on the day, Murray finished with 57 rushing yards and one touchdown. The 32-year-old running back was cooking, and showing he still has some juice left.

However, it doesn’t even matter anymore.

The Denver Broncos recently lost their starting running back due to an ACL, LCL, and a PCL injury. So, because of the George Paton connection, the Broncos general manager who was with Murray in Minnesota in 2017, Denver went ahead and snagged him.

Murray has some great moments from his time in New Orleans, first time. He was only on the practice squad, so it’s only right he now gets a real shot on another team.

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