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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.

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Morris had 13 carries for 41 yards and caught one pass for 14 yards in Sunday's 30-20 loss at Arizona.

The game was close throughout, but Morris couldn't find much room against a stingy Cardinals' rush defense. It was the second straight game in which Morris was held in check on the ground, and his lack of his usage as a pass catcher is problematic when that happens. He should be able to bounce back, at least to a certain degree, next week against Tennessee.

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Morris gained 29 yards on 13 carries and lost two yards on one reception in Monday's 27-17 loss to the Seahawks.

The Redskins played the entire game from behind, and didn't have any luck running the ball when they tried. Morris' lack of involvement in the passing game will occasionally doom him to such showings against difficult opponents, but he's often successful even when the rest of the Washington offense struggles. Next week's matchup with the Cardinals may not be as tough as it looks, as superstar DE Calais Campbell (knee) is not expected to play.

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Morris had 12 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown, adding three receptions for 27 yards, in Thursday's 45-14 loss to the Giants.

Morris played well against a tough Giants defense, but the nature of the game limited his touches. His score came on his long run of 20 yards, which cut the deficit to 24-14 right after halftime, before Kirk Cousins threw a trio of interceptions in the third quarter. Roy Helu played more snaps than usual, with Washington forced to go pass-heavy in the second half. While a welcome sight for fantasy owners, Morris' involvement in the passing game probably won't continue, as he hadn't been targeted in three contests prior to Thursday's. Next week brings a tough home matchup against the vaunted Seattle defense. If there's any consolation, it's that the Seahawks were at least mortal against opposing running games last season, though they still allowed a meager four touchdowns on the ground.

Alfred Morris RB WAS 2 Months

Morris (knee) is active Thursday against the Giants, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.

Morris, who practiced in full all week, is set to handle his typical 20-plus carries per outing. Even if the yards pile up slowly but surely, his night should end with a helpful sum against a Giants run defense that gives up 4.2 yards per pop to opposing running backs.

Alfred Morris RB WAS 2 Months

Morris (knee) is listed as probable for Thursday's game versus the Giants.

With full practices under his belt this week, there's little worry regarding Morris' ability to take the field on a short week after suffering a minor knee injury this past Sunday. The fact that the Giants allow 4.2 YPC to opposing backs bodes well for the workhorse in Week 4.

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Morris (knee) was a full participant during Tuesday's practice, Newsday reports.

Morris was briefly examined for a knee injury during Sunday's game against the Eagles, but was ultimately able to return to action and finish with 77 yards on 23 carries. Although the Redskins didn't practice Monday, Morris would have been listed as a full participant, which matches his designation from Tuesday's session. As a result, Morris looks certain to play in Thursday's Week 4 divisional clash with the Giants, whose defense has allowed four rushing touchdowns to date.

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Morris (knee) was listed as a full participant on Monday's injury report, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.

The minor knee injury suffered by Morris on Sunday don't stop him from putting together 23 carries for 77 yards, which marked his worst performance from a fantasy perspective this season. He's averaging a shade under 20 carries per game this season, which should bode well against a Giants run defense that has allowed 4.2 YPC to opposing running backs this season.