Jamal Morrow is known for a lot of things. From his appearance on the Price is Right to his good luck on coin flips and his affinity for airplane cheeseburgers there have been plenty of articles written about the former WSU running back. But he was also a very productive player on the field. And now he’s getting his shot north of the border.
Earlier this week, Morrow agreed to a contract with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL. In 50 games for the Cougs, Morrow totaled 1,795 yards and 9 scores on the ground, to go along with 202 catches for 1,748 yards and 14 touchdowns. Along with his time at kickoff returner, Morrow ranks third in program history with 4,219 all-purpose yards.
After college, Morrow had a couple of tryouts in the NFL, before eventually signing with Orlando in the short lived Alliance of American Football, but the team waived him during training camp.
Now Morrow gets another shot at pro football north of the border. The versatile back didn’t stick in the NFL, but his skills will give him a chance to make a run at some playing time when the season kicks off in June.
Riders Sign Running Back - DiscoverMooseJaw.com
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are hoping that Jamal Morrow's collegiate success can translate over to the CFL this season.
WSU Football Spring Practice No. 12 Photo Gallery – Cougar Sports Network
Twelve practices in the books, three to go for the Cougars, who conclude spring practices next Tuesday following the Spring Game on Saturday, April 20th.
Mike Leach talks QBs after Tuesday’s #WSU practice. Three of them got team period reps today. Cammon Cooper was 6-of-9 with 2 TD, Anthony Gordon was 6-of-8 with 3 TD and Trey Tinsley was 6-of-11 with 3 TD. Gage Gubrud did some 7-on-7 work, but not much more than that. pic.twitter.com/mAMsg0vvtI— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) April 17, 2019
165-pound Renard Bell has made putting on weight a priority this offseason. The #WSU WR is doing that by eating lots of chicken alfredo.— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) April 17, 2019
“Put a little hot sauce on that thing. Oooooo!!” pic.twitter.com/RLWWM4VKsw
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Washington State’s Andre Dillard, one of the top offensive tackles and possibly the best pure pass-protector in the NFL Draft, reportedly met with the Chargers on Monday following another visit...
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NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein wrote Dillard can provide an “instant athletic upgrade” for teams at left tackle but has room to develop in the run game.