In all likelihood, that will end Mark Ingram's tenure in New Orleans after eight seasons.
With Murray's arrival in New Orleans, Ingram is on the lookout for pastures new and early reports suggest he has been in talks with Baltimore Ravens who are also in the hunt for Bell.
Stating he was looking for a starting job somewhere in the National Football League, it is a bit surprising to see Murray go to the Saints where he will be in what should be a lopsided timeshare with Alvin Kamara instead of pushing for a featured gig.
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Previous reporting indicated that Ingram's most likely landing spot is Baltimore. The team also returns Kenneth Dixon (333 rushing yards and 51 receiving yards) and practice squad members De'Lance Turner (4 rushing yards, 17 receiving yards) and Tyler Ervin. The 29-year-old was a fixture of the Saints' offensive attack since his rookie season, though his numbers took a bit of late after the team added star playmaker Alvin Kamara in the 2017 draft.
Murray joins after spending each of the past two seasons with the Vikings.
Ingram rushed for 645 yards and six touchdowns on 138 carries and caught 21 passes for 170 yards and one touchdown for the Saints in 2018.