Alfred Morris set a high bar as a Redskins rookie, hopes to clear it in his second season

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Regardless of Griffin’s health, though, or how the Redskins deploy their franchise quarterback, Morris understands he won’t surprise opponents this season.

He’s not the 173rd pick anymore. He’s the powerful back who finished second in the NFL in rushing yards.

“I love a challenge,” he said. “I’m looking forward to raise that bar even higher this year.”

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