Alfred Morris is the enemy on Sunday at FedEx Field, but he’s still treating Redskins employees like friends.
Former teammates aren’t the only ones happy to see Alfred Morris back in Washington this week.
During his four seasons in Washington, Morris made a habit of chatting with the FedEx Field employees before each home game. He called the group of ushers, security guards and guest services workers “my stadium fam” and they eventually started meeting up outside the stadium for meals.
Morris signed as a free agent with the Cowboys, who visit Washington on Sunday. Of course, Morris started his gameday with his stadium fam.
“He acts just like he’s one of us,” guest services worker Lorenzo Parker told The Washington Post last year. “I just look at him like a regular friend. It’s nothing different.”