Alfred Morris RB WAS 3 Days

Morris had 21 carries for a season-high 125 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 17-13 loss at San Francisco. He caught his lone target for five yards.

Morris performed well against a tough defense, and was the only Redskins' offensive player to show up, as Robert Griffin and the passing game was abysmal. If the Redskins can hang around with the Colts next week in Indianapolis, Morris could once again post strong numbers. He's been solid in general as of late, rushing for at least 70 yards in each of the last four games, while also scoring four touchdowns during that span.

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Morris had 20 carries for 96 yards and two catches on three targets for 36 receiving yards Sunday against the Buccaneers.

Morris' two-game touchdown streak came to an end, and while he's accounted for more than 100 yards in back-to-back games, he still hasn't reached the 100-yard rushing mark in a game this season. He's getting a little more involved in the passing game, with four catches on six targets for 53 yards in the last two games, but he's likely to have a tough time breaking out in Week 12, as the Redskins will face off against a 49ers defense allowing the seventh-fewest rushing yards and fifth-fewest passing yards per game this season.

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Morris had 19 carries for 92 rushing yards and two touchdowns, as well as two catches on three targets for 17 receiving yards Sunday against the Vikings.

A very solid game for Morris, who has now scored three touchdowns in the last two weeks, though he has yet to reach the 100-yard mark in any game this season. With quarterback Robert Griffin back under center, Morris saw some better running lanes Sunday, and he'll look to keep that going in Week 11 against the Bucs after the Redskins' Week 10 bye.

Alfred Morris RB WAS 30 Days

Morris had 18 carries for 73 yards and a touchdown, adding one reception for 12 yards, in Monday's 20-17 overtime win over the Cowboys.

Morris finally ended his run of futility, reaching the end zone for the first time since Week 4, and topping 70 rushing yards for the first time since Week 3. He got a major boost from a 29-yard scamper on his first carry of the second half, marking his first run longer than 23 yards since Week 15 of last season. The 29-yard rush and his five-yard touchdown occurred on the same drive, which accounted for most of his production in the aftermath of a poor first half. Morris draws a middling Minnesota run defense next week, but even after the bounce-back outing, it's hard to feel good about his role. While he's on pace for a respectable 266 carries, he's averaging just 3.9 yards per tote, with four touchdowns and six receptions.

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Morris (ankle) is listed as active for Monday's game against the Cowboys.

As expected, Morris is out there Monday after a full week of practice and thus poised to handle his normal workload, with Colt McCoy serving as the team's QB this week.

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Morris (ankle) is probable for Monday's game against the Cowboys.

Morris emerged from last Sunday's win over Tennessee with a bit of an ankle concern, but he was able to practice in full all week and should be fine to handle his normal workload against Dallas. Last season, Morris ran for 80-plus yards and a score in both games against the Cowboys, but the 25-year-old is averaging just 2.8 yards per carry in his last three contests.

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Morris practiced in full Thursday.

Morris suffered but played through an injured ankle last Sunday, accruing 54 yards on 18 carries. He continues to handle the bulk of the RB workload, but in five of seven outings, he's averaged less than 4.0 YPC. Moreover, his season-long mark (3.8 YPC) is well below that of his first two campaigns (4.7 YPC combined), which isn't endearing himself to owners.

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Morris suffered a left ankle injury during Sunday's game against the Titans, but managed to return to the contest and finish with 18 carries for 54 rushing yards.

Morris was playing fairly well before suffering the injury, rushing for 34 yards on eight carries, but he clearly didn't have the same kind of success when he re-entered the game. He has now gone three straight games without a touchdown, while failing to break the 90-yard mark since Week 1 against the Texans. Despite the limited production, Morris could be given a bigger share of the offensive workload in Week 8, as third-string quarterback Colt McCoy is expected to start against the Cowboys after Kirk Cousins was benched at halftime of Sunday's game.

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Morris (ankle) will return to Sunday's game against the Titans.

Morris tweaked his left ankle during Sunday's contest, but the ailment apparently isn't serious enough to keep him sidelined. At the moment, Morris boasts 34 rushing yards on eight attempts.

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Morris left Sunday's game against the Titans with a left ankle sprain and is considered questionable to return.

Morris was able to walk off the field under his own power Sunday, although it's unclear if he'll be allowed to return. Prior to exiting, Morris rushed for 34 yards on eight carries. Should be remain sidelined, Roy Helu would stand to benefit from an expanded role in the Redskins' offense.