Redskins’ Alfred Morris auctions jersey for breast cancer charity


courtesy of The IIIB’s Foundation

On Saturday night, Alfred Morris served as honorary chair of the annual Pink Tie Charity Ball for The IIIB’s Foundation, an organization that provides support for women going through breast cancer treatment. It was the second year that the Redskins running back has been involved in the ball, and this year he donated more than just his name.

The Redskins gave the organization an Alfred Morris jersey to auction off at the event. Morris autographed the jersey and when the item went for $7,100 during the auction, Morris announced that he would donate a matching amount out of his own pocket, bringing the total donated to $14,200.

Morris spent the rest of the night breaking it down on the dance floor with the breast cancer survivor honorees and other guests. We don’t have video, so these photos will have to do. Morris looks pretty good in pink.


courtesy of The IIIB’s Foundation

courtesy of The IIIB’s Foundation

courtesy of The IIIB’s Foundation

courtesy of The IIIB’s Foundation

courtesy of The IIIB’s Foundation

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Dan Steinberg · February 11, 2014

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