Eric Murray was born on January 7, 1994, and became a player of American football for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL). He currently plays college football at the University of Minnesota.
The Kansas City Chiefs selected Malay in the fourth round of the NFL Draft 2016 (106th place). He was the 17th cornerback selected by the Chiefs after the third round of KeiVarae Russell and the second cornerback. On May 17, 2016, the Chiefs signed a $ 2.96 million contract with Malay in four years. This includes the signing bonus of $ 599,803.
In addition to organized teamwork, Murray leaves Steven Nelson, Mark Scooper, Phillip Gains, Keiwalal and DJ White the corner after Shaun Smith empties the departure to the Oakland Raiders for free The agency was expected to fight for her work. In the new mini-camp, Defense Coordinator Bob Sutton decides to test Murray safely.
He made his professional regular season debut in the opening game against San Diego Chargers of Kansas City Chiefs. He recorded his first career move during the 33:27 overtime victory. On December 25, 2016, Murray made the best two solo tackles of the season with a victory of the Chiefs 33-10 against Denver Broncos.
He finished the rookie season with eight individual competitions and a quick recovery in 16 games and was a zero start. During the entire season, he was mainly limited to special teams and had only 67 defense points. He built up the team lead with Daniel Sorensen and occupied with 82% special team snaps 82%.
The Kansas City Chiefs scored a 12-4 record in AFC West and won the first round of the farewell and home advantage. On January 15, 2017, Murray appeared in his first playoff game in his career, struggling during the 18: 18-18 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Division Round.