To this point, per Rapoport, the Raiders have made the highest offer. Teams showing real interested in Murray doesn't end there, though. The Jaguars "have long been working" on getting a deal done with the running back, while Rapoport has noted the Cowboys have been "waiting if anyone shows real interest before they decide to pop in and make a final push."
Stationed in Philadelphia, NFL Media's Albert Breer adds that there is a sense among interested clubs that Murray's preference is to stay in Dallas while using competition to drive up his price tag.
If that theory holds water, Kelly will have to sell Murray on a scheme suited to his north-south running style and a sports science program with the potential to extend his career following the toil of an NFL-high 497 touches last season.
Murray is already being heavily recruited by former Oklahoma teammate Sam Bradford, who just arrived in Philadelphia: