Alfred Morris questionable to return with rib injury
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Sep 30, 2013
Redskins running back Alfred Morris left Sunday’s game at Oakland with a rib injury, and his return has been termed questionable by the club, according to the Fox telecast of the game. According to Fox, the Redskins said Morris has a “rib contusion.” It sounds like Morris should be back on the field against the Cowboys in Week Six if he avoids any setbacks, something that should be easier to do with a little time off. Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris said X-rays showed he did not break any ribs, but he’s not sure when he’ll return. “It helps me out,” Morris said. But the good news for Morris is that Washington has a bye this week before playing at Dallas on Oct. 13. Morris injured his ribs at the end of a nine-yard run late in the third, two plays before quarterback Robert Griffin III connected with receiver Pierre Garcon for a five-yard go-ahead touchdown pass. “The first quarter he wasn’t running normal and different things I’ve seen him do throughout the course of time.