Reports indicated New Orleans turned to Murray to fill Ingram's spot when the Saints and Ingram couldn't reach an agreement on a contract extension.
He started 19 of 34 games, including two playoff games, since signing as a free agent two years ago.
Previous reporting indicated that Ingram's most likely landing spot is Baltimore. He averaged 4.7 yards per carry.
Mark Ingram split carries with Alvin Kamara in New Orleans
When NFL free agency opens on Wednesday afternoon, the New York Jets will make C.J. Mosley the league's highest-paid inside linebacker - and it won't be close.
Many Vikings fans were hoping Latavius Murray would stay with Minnesota and continue to be a great veteran complement to Dalvin Cook, especially since Cook has missed 17 games in his first two seasons with the team.
In the two seasons prior, Ingram rushed for 1,000 yards in each - with 18 rushing touchdowns - and had 104 combined receptions. He made the Pro Bowl in both 2017 and 2014.
BTS announce release date for new album Map Of The Soul: Persona
BTS' tour kicks off at the Rose Bowl Stadium in L.A. for two shows on May 4 and 5. Map of the Soul: Persona is the first studio album BTS is dropping this year.