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Fred in red? Kansas City showing interest in Morris

Could Kansas City be the ultimate destination for FAU running back Alfred Morris?

The Chiefs are showing some late interest in Morris. Kansas City is sending its running backs coach to Boca Raton today to check out Morris today.

Morris may also be heading to Kansas City for a workout in a couple of weeks.

The Chiefs employed a three-headed monster at running back in 2011. Jackie Battle led the team with 597 yards. Dexter McCluster was right behind with 516 and Thomas Jones had 478. Overall the Chiefs' rushing attack finished 15th in the league with a 118.3 yard-per-carry average.

Morrris, FAU's all-time leader in nearly every important rushing category, rushed for 1,186 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior.

The Miami Dolphins are also going to be taking a look at Morris and some other FAU players. Defensive end Kevin Cyrille and punter Mickey Groody have been invited to Davie to participate in Miami's regional workout on Friday.

Morris, Cyrille and Groody are looking to join Rusty Smith (Tennessee) and Rob Housler (Arizona) as former FAU players drafted into the NFL.

The NFL Draft begins April 26.

Today's Links...

Owl Access: Graham Wilbert still No. 1 QB

Owl Access: New names on FAU AD advisory search committee

Owl Access: Keller named Player of the Week

CBSSports.com: Sun Belt votes to add Georgia State

Sun-Sentinel: FAU's potential lured new defensive coordinator to Boca Raton

SB Nation: A preview of the Owls

Lafayette Daily Advertiser: ULL tries to regroup after being swept by FAU

Murfreesboro Daily News Journal: MTSU football to open season on a Thursday night

Denton Record Chronicle: UNT women's coach accepts job at Texas

WKU Herald: WKU loses top pitcher

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