Coming back from his Week 5 bye, Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris was able to practice Monday after mostly healing from his ribs injury. About a week ago, the second-year runner told reporters he was "all good" and would be back for Week 6.
Morris hasn't quite performed well when comparing to his 2012 production. Then again, the same can be said for all of the Skins' offense. This may not entirely be his fault though. Morris is averaging a half-yard more per carry in 2013 while projecting to rush for nearly 500 fewer yards. With Washington playing from behind so often, there are fewer carries going to Morris. If you think the Skins can turn it around and win some games, you might want to put in a trade offer for Morris since some fantasy owners may feel he's having a bad year.