(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JOSEPH WHITE AP Sports Writer Alfred Morris is best known for 1,613 yards and a 22-year-old car.
In another time and place, he would be the undisputed rising star on his team. He set the franchise rushing record last season - as a rookie sixth-round draft pick from a school whose highlights you've probably never watched. Only Adrian Peterson ran for more yards in the NFL.
In the world of the Washington Redskins, Morris is squarely No. 2 - as in second banana to Robert Griffin III. It's a role that suits him perfectly.
''Robert gets all the attention - I love it,'' Morris said. ''It's kind of hilarious. I can be in the middle of signing (autographs) and they go, `Oh, there's Robert!' and take off running. And I'm like, `Oh, you're welcome!' `OK, bye!' I don't mind it at all. I'm enjoying it.''
No sign of jealously. None of the trappings of stardom. Morris insists he hasn't splurged on anything special during his transition from roster hopeful out of Flor...