By now, the DeMarco, who has been the face of the franchise for two seasons, has a new deal with the Tennessee Titans that will pay him $8 million in 2018.
Murray is set to become a free agent in March and has yet to sign a new contract with the team.
He also signed a $3 million, five-year extension last month.
The new deal will keep Murray in Tennessee through 2021, making him one of the NFL’s top wide receivers for several years.
Here are some of the other players who have made big money deals since Murray signed his new deal.
DeMarco is the No. 1 receiver in the NFL.
The Titans have the NFL record for most receptions with nine, including four last season.
Murray was the second-leading receiver last season with 989 receiving yards.
He has become the No.
“1 receiver with 1,077 yards and 13 touchdowns, both the most ever by a Titans wide receiver.
The team’s No. 2 receiver is Andre Johnson with 965 receiving yards, and No. 3 is Derrick Henry with 912 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns.
The Steelers had a breakout season in 2016.
Pittsburgh finished 12-3 and had a team-record 15 touchdown passes.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for 4,051 yards and 31 touchdowns and led the league with 31 touchdown passes with seven interceptions.
He finished the season with the most passing yards (3,624) and touchdowns (34) in the league.
The No. 8 receiver in 2016, Antonio Brown, is one of two players in NFL history with over 3,000 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons.
He was the first Steelers receiver since Reggie Wayne in 1983 to reach the 3,500-yard plateau in each season.
The Eagles signed wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to a three-year, $60 million contract.
Maclin had his best season last season, catching 54 passes for 874 yards and seven touchdowns.
He made his first Pro Bowl last season and was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Year.
Macllin’s extension with the Eagles comes after he signed a one-year deal with a team option for 2018.
DeAndre Hopkins signed a five-day, $9.5 million contract with Atlanta.
The former first-round pick was the NFL Offensive Player-of-the-Year last season for Houston, averaging 20.6 yards per catch with four touchdowns.
The deal was worth $2 million per season.
The contract includes $2.25 million guaranteed.
Dez Bryant signed a three and a half-year contract with Dallas.
The first-year player made $8.5 on the first day of free agency last season after he led the NFL in catches with 686.
He became the first player in NFL History to lead the league in catches five times in the same season.
Bryant also became the fifth player in Cowboys history to have three consecutive seasons with 100 catches and 1,000 yards.
Brandon Marshall had his career year in 2016 with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Marshall had career highs in receptions (826) and receiving yards (938) and tied for the NFL lead with seven touchdown catches.
Marshall, who was traded to the Washington Redskins in February, has totaled 1,094 yards and 21 touchdowns.
LeSean McCoy signed a four-year $48 million contract extension with Buffalo.
The Bills became the second team in NFL NFL history to sign two consecutive Pro Bowlers in 2017.
McCoy was named to his first All-Pro team in 2017 and was the AFC Offensive Player to be selected.
Jordy Nelson signed a six-year ($96 million) deal with Seattle.
Nelson is a member of the Pro Bowl and is one the NFLs top wideouts.
He ranks fourth in the all-time receptions list with 1.864.
Odell Beckham Jr. signed a two-year and $52 million contract deal with New York Giants.
The two-time Pro Bowler has a career-high 1,622 receiving yards on a career high 11 touchdowns.
DeSean Jackson signed a nine-year ($104 million) contract extension in Philadelphia.
The three-time first-team All-America has a season-high 4,913 receiving yards for the Eagles and is third in the entire league in receiving yards per game with 6.8.
Antonio Brown signed a seven-year/$100 million deal with Cleveland.
The five-time All-NFL player has totaled 6,074 receiving yards with nine touchdowns.
DeAngelo Williams signed a 12-year free-agent contract with Detroit.
The defensive end signed a new six-month, $100 million contract in March.
He is one half of the duo of Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and cornerback Nevin Lawson.
Demaryius Thomas signed a contract