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Happy Birthday, Alfred Morris!

Posted by Stephen Czarda on December 12, 2014 – 9:56 am

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Take a break from serving up opposing defenses, Alfred, and have someone serve you a piece of cake, because its your birthday!

Morris has been a steady presence for the Redskins over the last three seasons, starting 45 games and rushing for 3,787 yards and 27 touchdowns. The Florida Atlantic product needs just 164 yards to pass Earnest Byner for sixth-most rushing yards in franchise history (3,950) and 300 yards to pass Terry Allen (4,086) for fifth-most.

While it’s always great to talk about Morris’ success as a player, there’s a pretty awesome guy under the helmet that we want to talk about:

Alfred Morris dresses as Captain America…or is it Captain America dressing as Alfred Morris? 

Captain America was able to make it out to Georgetown hospital again and this year was able to find a mini me

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Over the past three years, Morris has dressed up as Captain America and visited children at Georgetown Hospital.

He doesn’t need a fancy car. After all, he’s already has his ‘Bentley.’ 

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Morris told Redskins.com’s Andrew Walker during the 2012 season that he could have discarded his beater — affectionately known as Bentley — but why get rid of your first car when its still running great.

“I could’ve been like, ‘Ah, I don’t want this piece of crap,’” Morris said. “But I always wanted a car, and it was what I got.”

In October 2013, ‘Bentley’ got a tune-up.

He’s a huge movie buff. 


Rattle off movie lines from some random Sci-Fi movie from 20 years ago, and Morris probably knows the exact film your talking about.

Morris took his love of movies and created ‘Movies With Morris’ — an event held in June that raised $5,000 for four different local schools.

By the way, as you’ll see above, Morris ended up choosing ‘The Fantastic Mr. Fox’ for his movie.


Finally, he’s a pretty good dancer. 

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