In a conference call Friday, coach Jay Gruden said Alfred Morris is still the Redskins' "lead dog" at running back.
Alfred Morris came off the bench behind Matt Jones in Washington's Week 3 loss to the Giants, rushing just six times for 19 yards.
Alfred Morris rushed 18 times for 59 yards in the Redskins' Week 2 win over the Rams, adding two catches for 13 yards.
Alfred Morris rushed 24 times for 107 yards in Washington's Week 1 loss to the Dolphins.
Alfred Morris rushed seven times for four yards in the Redskins' third preseason game.
The Washington Post reports Alfred Morris is "working to improve his receiving skills."
New Redskins offensive line coach Bill Callahan has coached four top-nine rushing attacks in the last six years.
Alfred Morris said he feels more refreshed heading into this season because he didn't lift weights as much as he had in previous offseasons.
Third-round RB Matt Jones said he knows Alfred Morris is "going to be the starter."
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim believes there's a "50-percent chance" the team extends Alfred Morris' contract.
Following the draft, coach Jay Gruden confirmed Alfred Morris "will be getting the bulk of the carries."
Coach Jay Gruden confirmed Alfred Morris remains the man on early downs.
Coach Jay Gruden raved about Alfred Morris last week.
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim says Alfred Morris fits well with new offensive line coach Bill Callahan.