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England; Over the last 10 seasons, six different backs (Gray, Ridley, BenJarvus Green-Ellis , Laurence Maroney , Sammy Morris and Corey Dillon) have led the Patriots in rushing yards — in that span, only the Cardinals, Browns and Saints
but at the same time, he’s leaned heavily on dependable, complementary backs like Kevin Faulk , Danny Woodhead , Sammy Morris and Heath Evans in New England and Tommy Vardell and Earnest Byner in Cleveland to provide plenty of support. That
at least 200 yards rushing and four of the backs had at least 40 carries, but no one topped the 750-yard mark -- Sammy Morris (727 yards), Kevin Faulk (507 yards), LaMont Jordan (363 yards), Green-Ellis (275 yards) and quarterback
so he wins a spot on this list after a career that saw him play for the Cardinals, Redskins, Bills and Patriots. Sammy Morris : By the time he got to Foxboro, Morris was no longer a feature back like Smith or Dillon, but was an excellent
2006: Corey Dillon, 199 carries, 812 yards, 13 TDs 2007: Laurence Maroney , 185 carries, 835 yards, 6 TDs 2008: Sammy Morris , 156 carries, 727 yards, 7 TDs 2009: Laurence Maroney, 194 carries, 757 yards, 9 TDs 2010: BenJarvus
Sammy Morris wants to make it big. Again. The former Patriots running back traded in his playbook for a notebook and is now an aspiring comedy
rather than later. Speaking of special teamers, Danny Amendola was again part of a group that spent time returning kicks, a collection that included Josh Boyce. Former Patriot Sammy Morris was on the field working with the running backs.
out. Over the last 10 seasons, six different backs (Gray, Ridley, BenJarvus Green-Ellis , Laurence Maroney , Sammy Morris and Corey Dillon) have led the Patriots in rushing yards — in that span, only the Cardinals, Browns and Saints have
Browns, Broncos and Cardinals) have had more. Corey Dillon (2004-2006), Laurence Maroney (2007, 2009), Sammy Morris (2008), BenJarvus Green-Ellis (2010-2011) and Stevan Ridley (2012-2013). And now, with Ridley
the roster, not only to contribute but also to work as a mentor to some of the younger guys. Whether it was Faulk, Sammy Morris or Fred Taylor , there was always someone older to help show the younger guys the ropes. And now, with Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen
third-most through their first four games in the last twenty seasons. Only in 2007 (628 yards; Laurence Maroney, Sammy Morris , Kevin Faulk) and 2006 (616 yards; Corey Dillon, Maroney) did they gain more on the ground at the quarter pole since