Found September 22, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
She’s a sweet ride. Redskins running back Alfred Morris isn’t about to let his newfound success go to his head.  As a rookie his base salary of $390,000 is peanuts compared to the majority of his millionaire teammates, but it’s still a decent enough yearly wage that Morris could afford himself an expensive car like the Porsches, Cadillacs, and tricked-out SUVs he sees on a daily basis at the team’s practice facility. But not Morris, who prefers his silver 1991 Mazda 626, a car he affectionately calls “his Bentley.” Morris acquired his ride during his junior year at Florida Atlantic University, and he has no plans to give up his ’91 Mazda anytime soon, despite the daily razzing he probably receives from his fellow Skins teammates.  The vehicle holds too much sentimental value for the rookie to get rid of it for a pricier car, and he feels that having a less-than-fancy automobile will help keep him grounded as his NFL success continues to rise. From The Redskins Blog… “It has some se...
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