After rushing for 100 yards against the Dallas Cowboys in the last game of the 2015-16 season, the Cowboys Defense is glad he's now on the same team.

Last year the Washington Redskins were a pass heavy offense with breakout star Kirk Cousins at the QB position. Ranked 11th in passing yards, and 20th in rushing yards averaging only 97 yards a game.

The Dallas Cowboys on the other hand were ranked 9th in the league averaging 118 yards a game with veteran Darren McFadden. Add Alfred Morris to the mix and opposing defenses could be in for some trouble next season.

Morris cannot wait to get behind the O-Line of the Cowboys, telling DallasCowboys.com this organization a "Family Environment," and he cannot wait to be apart of it. Morris will join McFadden and Lance Dunbar in the back field.