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Tennessee Titans running back DeMarco Murray will undergo an MRI after suffering a foot injury in Thursday’s win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, head coach Mike Mularkey announced Friday.

Mularkey said the team doesn’t consider the injury to be serious.

Murray went to the locker room in the second quarter, but was able to return after halftime.

The Titans are likely be cautious with their star player, who has become the offense’s driving force after joining the team via trade in the offseason.

Murray is currently the NFL’s rushing leader with 756 yards, though he’s played in one or two more games than his closest competitors.