This is nothing short of awesome. Alfred Morris, a starting running back in the NFL, rides a bike to work. What’s even better than that is that he “parks” it in his car parking space. There are only eight players on the team who get their own reserved slots, so for Morris to troll everyone else with a two-wheeler that doesn’t even have a motor, since he’s well-known for driving around in a 1991 Mazda 626.

[From 2013: Mazda is refurbishing Alfred Morris’s 1991 626]

Pierre Garcon, Dashon Goldson, Jason Hatcher, Adam Hayward, Ryan Kerrigan, Kory Lichtensteiger  and Niles Paul are the other players who were awarded front row parking spaces in the offseason, which coaches selected based on a combination of their on and off-field (winning!) efforts.

Which leads to a different question: Is there even a bike rack at Redskins Park? And if there was one, would there be preferred slots in that, too? Of course, shuffling back and forth to practice is one thing. But, if Morris shows up to FedEx Field on Sunday on this badboy, that would be truly impressive.