Alfred Morris has always played well against the Cowboys, and now he gets to play for them.
The Washington free agent running back has signed a new two-year deal with Dallas, per multiple reports.
Morris is coming off his worst season as a pro, with just 751 rushing yards. In fact, he’s gotten progressively worse each year after his 1,610-yard rookie season.
But he has 710 rushing yards and seven touchdowns in eight games against the Cowboys, so maybe they were more moved by that trend.
He gives them a veteran complement to Darren McFadden, but it’s still a far cry from a running game which was one of the league’s best two years ago.