DeMarco Murray day-to-day with injured hamstring

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Titans head coach Mike Mulakey says running back DeMarco Murray and wide receiver Corey Davis are both day-to-day with hamstring injuries.

Both players struggled with hamstring injuries in training camp and aggravated them Sunday in the Titans 37-16 rout of the Jaguars in Jacksonville.

Murray pulled himself from the game after nine carries for 25 yards when he told coaches his hamstring was bothering him.

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Davis also left the game in the second half, but did return for a few snaps in the fourth quarter.

Davis finished his second NFL game with just one catch for four yards.

Safety Johnathan Cyprien missed the game with a hamstring injury and has already been ruled out for the Titans game with Seattle Sunday at Nissan Stadium.