Now, with Ingram on the way out as an unrestricted free agent, the Saints are set to put Minnesota Vikings free agent running back Latavius Murray in his place.
Mosley's interception late in the fourth quarter of the Ravens' Week 17 win over the Cleveland Browns secured the team's first playoff appearance since 2014 and was the highlight of his fourth second-team All-Pro season.
Ingram disappointed for fantasy past year but was a perennial RB1 when healthy and on the field before that.
Murray enjoyed a breakout campaign in 2015 for the Raiders, when he started all 16 games and carried 266 times for 1,066 yards with six touchdowns and caught 41 passes for 232 yards, as he was selected to the Pro Bowl. Ingram ranked 28th in fantasy points per game past year, after ranking seventh, 10th, second, and 12th across his four previous seasons.
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He has nearly played as many league minutes this season (2,239) - with 11 games remaining - as he did in 2017-18 for Real (2.297). ET on TNT), but they'll need to do so by at least two goals to advance to the quarterfinals.
Volume is not going to be an issue for Ingram, at least when it comes to carries.
The Saints drafted the former Heisman Trophy victor with the 28th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, and he had formed one of the better running back tandems with Alvin Kamara over the past two seasons. With Jackson's speed and shiftiness in mind, Baltimore leaned heavily on zone-read options during a run to the AFC North title and rotated a pair of powerful running backs into the backfield to play alongside their QB: Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon.
Seattle's tendency under Carroll and Schneider has been to let other teams spend big money in bidding wars, then go bargain shopping, a strategy that has paid off in the past with signings like Michael Bennett, Cliff Avril, Bradley McDougald and Ahtyba Rubin, to name a few. When healthy, though, he's one of the best safeties in football. "(In recent years, Seattle drafted) Delano Hill, Tedric Thompson - guys that got their feet wet a year ago when Earl Thomas got hurt.