With their starting running back in another country, the Dallas Cowboys are adding veteran reinforcements in the backfield.
Dallas agreed to terms with journeyman running back Alfred Morris on a one-year deal, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday, per Morris' representation. The team later announced the acquisition.
The running back will report to Cowboys training camp in Oxford, California, on Tuesday, Morris' agents told NFL Network's Jane Slater.
Morris was scheduled to work out with the New Orleans Saints on Monday, Rapoport reported earlier, but the 30-year-old tailback instead found a new home in Texas. Well, new-ish.