In 2015, Latavius Murray really made his presence known across the NFL – in his first full season as a starting running back, Murray racked up over 1,000 yards on the ground and ran his way to his first Pro Bowl selection.
His hometown fans were thrilled to see his success, and his high school Onondaga Central High in New York decided to retire his jersey this offseason. The Rewind takes you back to No. 28's childhood and details the ceremony of his jersey retirement.
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