DeMarco Murray reveals who’s to blame for his Eagles fallout

'Things didn't work out,' DeMarco Murray said of his one year in Philadelphia.

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DeMarco Murray’s rocky stay in Philadelphia finally came to an end earlier this month, when the Eagles traded the former rushing champ to the Tennessee Titans.

Murray was one of former coach/GM Chip Kelly’s prized free-agent signings in 2015, but his running style didn’t mesh well with Kelly’s offensive concepts.

So who’s really to blame for the fallout? Murray said on 102.5 The Game in Nashville that he takes "full responsibility" for what occurred in Philly.

"Things didn’t work out," Murray said, via "I look in the mirror and don’t blame anyone. I take full responsibility of it. I just try to move on and work hard and try to make the best of the opportunity I’m given."

Murray’s numbers dipped dramatically in 2015. After leading the NFL in rushing with 1,845 yards, Murray rushed for only 702 in his lone season in Philly.

"I wouldn’t say I was in the wrong relationship at all. They have a great team there, great owner in Jeffrey. Howie and Jeff, they do a great job. They know what they want in the team, personnel wise," Murray said. "It was just a relationship that didn’t work, for whatever reason. I’m not going to go into the details of that. I have a really good relationship with those guys.