Alfred Morris wants bigger role in Redskins pass game
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Alfred Morris has turned out to be one of the best late-round gems in recent memory.
The Washington Redskins running back followed up an excellent rookie campaign with a Pro Bowl bid in 2013.
A focal point of perhaps the NFL's fastest offense, Morris now wants to make an impact in the passing game after catching just 20 balls total over his first two seasons in the league.
If Morris adds another dimension to his game, defenses had better watch out.
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