Tuesday, March 28, 2006


After visting numerous teams Maurice Morris found a soft market and has returned to Seattle signing a three year contract to be Alexander's back-up. The Hawks had hoped that Morris would return the entire time, but allowed him to test the market and see if he had other opportunites. The market has been soft for all running backs, starters and back-ups alike.

This is good news for the Hawks. Morris knows the system and the role. Moreover, he is gaining experience each year and is a valuable asset to the Hawks. He will likely recieve more and more time as Alexander ages.

1 comment:

Dan said...

I don't think the resigning of Mo Morris is as big a deal as you. Yes, he "knows the system," but I think we should have taken a stab at a running back with a more versatile game, catching passes out of the backfield, etc. Maybe look at the talent in the draft and get some fresh legs in there.