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John Elway the executive is about to find out if he's as good at bouncing back as John Elway the quarterback was.
The limited shelf life of top-flight running backs was worth remembering as minicamp wrapped up Wednesday afternoon. This job wears out bodies. At 24 years old, Morris is rapidly approaching middle age for an NFL running back.
As a wideout, Santana Moss wants Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III to throw the ball as much as possible, of course, preferably in his direction.
Adrian Peterson ran right past everyone this season. Past all those running backs before him who couldn't make it to 2,000 yards in a season. Past every doubter who dared to think he wouldn't make it back from a devastating knee injury.
Adrian Peterson's remarkable comeback season now has a magic number to punctuate it.
It's all right there for Adrian Peterson now.
It was the first week of Washington Redskins training camp when Alfred Morris entertained the question. Darrel Young was hurt, and the unassuming sixth-round pick out of Florida Atlantic was asked if he had been asked by the coaching staff to fill in at fullback.
Seems like just yesterday we were debating the relative merits of the Stephen Strasburg Shutdown. And wasn't that fun, sports fans? There's an entire faction out there that can't wait for the Washington Nationals to lose in the playoffs, just so they can shake their heads and say, "See? This is what you get for thinking long-term in an ADD world."
On Sunday afternoon, Lance Ball joined a long line of Denver Broncos running backs with a simple gesture. No one's comparing him to two-time Super Bowl-winner Terrell Davis or even current starter Willis McGahee, but there was Ball doing the Mile High Salute.