Morris returns to Patriots on one-year deal

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Morris returns to Patriots on one-year deal

Veteran running back Sammy Morris and the Patriots have agreed to terms on a one-year deal, according to his agent, Mark Slough.

Morris has been with the Patriots since 2007. He spent 2010 in a reserve role, playing in all 16 games but accumulating only 56 rushing yards.

The 34-year-old joins fellow running backs Danny Woodhead and Thomas Clayton on the roster. BenJarvus Green-Ellis is a restricted free agent. The Patriots also drafted two running backs who have yet to sign.

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Rob Gronkowski helps WWE's Mojo Rawley get hyped for Wrestlemania

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With Wrestlemania coming up on April 2nd, WWE's Mojo Rawley brought his good friend Rob Gronkowski to help him get hyped the event.

Rawley posted a video on Twitter Wednesday night of the Patriots tight end delivering some Ric Flair-like chops.

Rawley, whose real name is Dean Muhtadi, is a close friend of the Gronkowski family. He was an undrafted free agent defensive lineman who participated in training camps with the Green Bay Packers and Arizona Cardinals before becoming a professional wrestler.