Money and modesty rarely go together. People who can suddenly afford a lot of nice things all at once can lose touch with reality. Apparently that's not Alfred Morris.
Patrick went out to a Mazda dealership today to see what the company did to the Washington Redskins player's 1991 626, a car essentially given to him by his pastor before he became an NFL star. Even in 1991, a 626 was no aspirational vehicle and his was just an ordinary 5-speed example with steel wheels – no turbo or graphic equalizer or many options really. You can't get much more humble than that.