Alfred Morris spends media day at the Super Bowl helping kids learn about business.
It's common to hear media covering the Super Bowl complain about the zoo-like atmosphere leading up to the game, but I can assure everyone, it is quite fun. In 2010, when the Super Bowl was in Miami, I had access to media row and walked around with my USB camera interviewing everyone I could (Mark Sanchez denied me and Snoop Dogg's bouncer gave me the look of death). Similar to now, I didn't have much experience, but everyone at Hogs Haven can surely appreciate my awkwardness and effort. Some of those fun moments included interviewing Chris Rock [video] and Chris Cooley [video] highlight tat.
Unfortuantely, I wasn't able to attend but I surely would have been all over Alfred Morris working a lemonade stand. Courtesy of Fedex PR:
FedEx enlisted Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris to run a lemonade stand with Junior Achievement students in the Super Bowl XLVII Media Center, one of the most highly-trafficked venues of the Super Bowl city. The event celebrated the 10th season of the FedEx Air & Ground NFL Players of the Year awards and allowed the students to run their first business.
I can't emphasize how great it is to see the Redskins star players continually helping the community. Josh Morgan was just named "The Walter Payton Man of the Year" by the Redskins for all his community work.
All photos courtesy of Getty Images for Fedex.
Alfred Morris and Donald Driver.
This pic certainly makes for a great game of Caption it....