A couple of weeks ago, the NFL announced that it had acquired Morbias for $1.9 million per year.
He’s a good defensive end, but he’s also a great running back, and he has the size and physicality to become a legitimate top-10 running back.
He has one of the best futures in football at the position, and if he can stay healthy, he could be a franchise player.
Morbias’ new contract could be his last.
He had a contract expiring in 2018 and could be set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season.
He was signed to a one-year deal by the Rams last season.
But Morbides contract was cut by the team after the season, and there’s a lot riding on his play to be a successful running back in Los Angeles.
If Morbids contract were to be cut, there would be a lot of reasons why.
For one, he’d need to be the team’s top running back by the end, and that’s going to be difficult to find.
The Rams are going to have to decide if they’re going to stick with him, which will probably take some time, or if they’ll try to trade him for a draft pick, which may not happen.
In fact, I think the Rams might want to give him a shot to see if he’s worth it, and it might be worth it.
I think he’s a really good player, and I think this could be one of those situations.
There’s a reason that a lot people were skeptical of Morbis signing with the team: he’s been a pretty low-impact player in the league.
His numbers were down in 2017 and 2018, but his average yards per carry was still up from his rookie year in 2016.
There were also some big plays that he made.
But if he was going to make it to the Pro Bowl, there’s no reason why he couldn’t do that.
I think the biggest thing that you can say about Morbys play is that it’s been very inconsistent.
He came into this season as a very, very solid run defender, but it’s just not been consistent.
He doesn’t have as many big plays as he used to have, and those big plays were his biggest weapon, and they’re also the ones that really hurt his production.
So, when you have an inconsistent player like Morb is, that’s something that you want to try and get better at, but at the same time, it’s difficult to get better.
It’s hard to do that at the Pro Bowler level, and you’re just going to get worse as you get into your 30s.
Morris is an average run defender at this point.
He is a solid run blocker, but not the kind of run blocker you want at the pro level.
And while he has some great instincts, he doesn’t do a great job of reading the field.
He just makes plays on the ball that you see more of in the NFL.
If he can make the kind or even the basic adjustments that he needs to make to become the type of player that he could become, he has a chance to be an impact player at the NFL level.
That’s why I think you’d like to see him stay on the Rams, and to me, that makes him an attractive prospect.
The question is, is he going to stay on for the full season?
And if he does, does he have the skill set to be able to become that kind of player?
If you want an inside linebacker, you can’t really get one that’s better than Morb.
He isn’t the type that you’d look at, and a lot is going to depend on his health.
If they decide to move on from him, I would definitely be interested in signing him.
If not, I have a feeling that he’ll be one to watch out for.