Cowboys RB Alfred Morris Still Drives His 1991 Mazda From College

Is Alfred Morris just trying to save money, or has he fallen in love with his 1991 Mazda from college?

Alfred Morris

NFL running back Alfred Morris still likes to live a frugal, college lifestyle.

Despite signing a two-year, $3.5 million deal with the Dallas Cowboys this off-season, Morris still drives a 1991 Mazda 626, which he bought from his pastor for $2 when he was a junior in college.

Morris has made more than $3 million during his career so far, playing four years for the Washington Redskins. He has made a lot of money, but he's still loyal to his old Mazda.

"Yes, I still have my car," Morris told Five Points Blue. "I still drive 'Bentley,' which is what I call my car even though she's not really a Bentley."

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Morris said he will drive his car until it dies. That's serious dedication.

Morris even had his car shipped to Dallas when he went to Texas for the team's captain workouts. He also said that he has kept the car because he doesn't like to live a flashy lifestyle.

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Morris may have to give up his car temporarily though, because it's been raining in Dallas lately.

"With this weather right now, all the rainstorms for the past couple of weeks, I'm like, 'Man, I don't want my car to get in an accident!'" Morris said. "So I'm thinking of finding something else temporarily."

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Morris clearly loves his car, and if he's willing to keep it for the long haul, more power to him.

 


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