One year after winning the NFL rushing title with 1,845 yards and 13 touchdowns in Dallas, DeMarco Murray ended his first season in Philadelphia with just 702 yards and six touchdowns.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Eagles will listen to trade offers for DeMarco Murray but ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski, a guest of the Sports Bash on Thursday doesn't see a bounce back year even playing in a new offense.

"My own personal opinion, DeMarco Murray does not have a lot left in the tank," Jaworski admitted. "I didnt see the burst, I did not see the power, I didn't see the ability to run routes and beat people - he's a guy hanging on right now."

Murray was a colossal bust in his first season and is now due $7 million in 2016, all of which is guaranteed, making it almost impossible to move him or release him this season.

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We discussed the hiring process of Doug Pederson, his thoughts on Chip Kelly, Howie Roseman, the direction of the Eagles organization and more!