Murray’s representation at Sports Trust Advisors confirmed the trade via Twitter, saying Murray will get a new contract from the Titans.
The Eagles spent Monday paving the way for the organization to rid itself of ex-coach Chip Kelly’s players. A deal was also set up that will send linebacker Kiko Alonso and cornerback Byron Maxwell to the Dolphins.
Trades can officially be made Wednesday, the first day of the league year.
Murray signed a five-year, $40 million contract with the Eagles last year after he led the NFL in rushing with the Cowboys in 2014. A year after rushing for 1,845 yards, he ran for 713 yards last season with the Eagles.