After returning from a four-game suspension to open the season, Ingram shared the running-back work with Alvin Kamara.
The Packers and Lions could both use a runner of Ingram's caliber and experience, too.
The 36-year-old is reportedly signing a one-year, $7 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals bringing the end of an era for the Ravens.
Murray spent three seasons with the Raiders before joining Minnesota for two years.
He has a 10-5 career postseason record, the most postseason road wins in National Football League history and during the 2012 season, he led the Ravens on a 4-0 postseason run in which he threw 11 touchdowns and no interceptions.
Then just minutes later, the Ravens added a staring running back into the mix as well. In 2017, he played in all 16 games with 11 starts and carried 216 times for 842 yards with eight touchdowns as the Vikings advanced to the NFC Championship.
That's a higher rushing total than the over/under projection at betonline.ag that has Murray at 725.5 rushing yards and six touchdowns on the season. Granted, 119 of those rushing attempts were Jackson himself, but that still left 27.6 carries per game for the running backs alone.