“I feel very strongly about them,” Morris said. “Hopefully when I get back to the facility, I’ll get a chance to watch tape, get a chance to develop and get a chance to grow with these guys. … I look forward to doing that.”
And when he does, you can expect to see something similar to what he did Tuesday when one of his defensive backs made a play in practice. He ran up to him, jumped and they bumped shoulders in celebration.
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