I hope he blows out both knees and get's beat up in a South Philly McDonalds. http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/12468196/demarco-murray-sign-philadelphia-eagles DeMarco Murray Expected To Sign With Eagles Adam Schefter and Tim Hasselbeck break down how DeMarco Murray can help the Eagles and what his expected signing would do to Ryan Mathews. DeMarco Murray, the NFL's leading rusher in 2014 for the Dallas Cowboys, is jumping ship and joining the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles. From One Beast To Another Now that the Eagles have landed DeMarco Murray (right), they'll be replacing the NFL's leading rusher in 2013 (LeSean McCoy) with 2014's leading rusher. Last 2 RBs to Lead NFL in Rushing McCoy, '13Murray, '14 Rush314392 Rush yds1,6071,845 Yds per rush5.14.7 Rush TDs913 "It was never about the money in any situation," Murray texted ESPN.com's Todd Archer. "If it was the money, I could've taken that a long time ago on a very high deal. It's about winning a Super Bowl and being fair." Murray is expected to sign a five-year, $42 million deal, including $21 million guaranteed, with the Eagles, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen. Of the $21 million, $18 million is guaranteed for skill and injury. If Murray's deal goes through, it could complicate the future for former San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews, who on Wednesday reached agreement with the Eagles on a three-year, $11.5 million deal, including $5 million guaranteed. Asked whether Mathews will sign the deal he agreed to with the Eagles, a source told Schefter, "We shall see." Murray flew to Philadelphia in the morning to meet with Eagles officials. In the ensuing hours, the Cowboys began calling around looking for other running backs, Schefter's sources said. More from ESPN.com Nathan Jahnke of Pro Football Focus grades the Eagles for their acquisition of former Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray. Story Murray crashes Eagles' offseason Sources told Archer that there was a significant difference in the guaranteed money offered to Murray by the Cowboys and the Eagles. Murray personally reached out to Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly on Wednesday morning, expressing his desire to play in Kelly's spread offense and with former Oklahoma roommate and quarterback Sam Bradford, league and team sources told Mortensen. Murray's call was enough to jump-start tepid interest from the Eagles. Kelly has made it publicly and privately clear the team will be financially prudent in their personnel decisions. Kelly did not go to Oregon's pro day Thursday, opting to remain in Philadelphia to meet and greet Murray. Aside from the contract, the Eagles are the most appealing to Murray because of his belief in their chance to win. The Herd with Colin Cowherd ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter breaks news of DeMarco Murray's expected signing with the Philadelphia Eagles. He also shares why the Dallas Cowboys let him walk and what the ramifications will be for the free agent running back market. More Podcasts » During his discussion with Kelly, a source said Murray characterized Bradford, who was acquired by the Eagles from the Rams on Tuesday, as one of his best friends. Both operated successfully out of Oklahoma's spread offense when they were teammates from 2007 through 2009. Murray also played the 2010 season at Oklahoma after Bradford moved on to the NFL. "Absolutely. I've been trying my hardest," Bradford said Wednesday of trying to recruit Murray. "I've called him. I've texted him. I've done everything. We've been in communication. If we can somehow land him, it would be a great pickup. Not only is he a great player, he's a great person. He's a really close friend of mine, too. I think he can really help this ball club." Of course, Murray just won the rushing title in 2014 for Dallas, running behind one of the best offensive lines in the league. Information from ESPN.com's Phil Sheridan was used in this report.