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Topic - Alf Morris
In just two seasons with the Redskins, Alfred Morris has put on some memorable performances. Here are his top five rushing games.
Even though E.J. Biggers hadn't played safety since high school, the veteran cornerback embraced the challenge in 2013.
Kedric Golston doesn't make highlight reel plays but he's a solid, veteran leader for the Redskins.
After joining the Redskins in Week 7, reserve linebacker Josh Hull became one of the team's most productive players on special teams.
It look like Jay Gruden knows how to utilize a fast, explosive running back and that could benefit Roy Helu Jr.
Although fullback Darrel Young gets overshadowed by stars like Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris, he's been big part of the Redskins' success on the ground the past two seasons.
Should the Redskins revise their offense and utilize more of a two-back attack? Tandler and Tarik ponder the question.
The Redskins are set at the top of their running back depth chart but the reserves could be the ones who play special teams the best.
"I enjoyed coaching him. Anytime you go through a 3-13 season, it is a challenge. It's a challenge on your relationship," Kyle Shanahan opens up on coaching RG3.
DeMarco Murray caught a 20-yard pass for a touchdown and Mike Tolbert plunged into the end zone for a 2-point conversion with less than 1 minute to give Jerry Rice a win over Deion Sanders in the first schoolyard-style Pro Bowl on Sunday.
Redskins running back Alfred Morris did some good things during his first Pro Bowl but one negative really stood out.
In a world where all things the NFL touches turns to gold, one glaring exception persists with the Pro Bowl.
As Scott Campbell paced the sidelines of Ladd-Peebles Stadium for Senior Bowl practices last week, it seemed as though for him, nothing had changed. And, in a way, nothing has.
Jerry Rice has fresh bragging rights on Deion Sanders nearly a decade after both players retired from the NFL.
Graded out the Redskins need the most help in the defensive secondary and along the offensive line. What positions should the team target at the Senior Bowl?
Aloha, Redskins fans," Morris said.
"Anytime I get an opportunity to give back, I give back," Morris said. "My heart for giving was shaped by others who gave to my family. I saw how selfless they were. It is not always about receiving, but giving, so every time they [the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation] have some type of event to give, I am always there."