BOCA RATON, Fla.—Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday that the team was happy to have tailback Alfred Morris, who was added as a free agent following four seasons with the Washington Redskins.

But Morris was not signed to be the Cowboys’ No. 1 running back, according to Jones. Morris will share carries with Darren McFadden and Lance Dunbar, Jones said, adding that McFadden likely will be the team’s primary runner.

“We’re proud to have him,” Jones said at the annual league meeting. “He’ll be a good complement to McFadden and be a good complement to Dunbar. We like him. Between all of them, they’ll get some real work. Darren will probably get the majority of the work in terms of between the three of them. But they’ll all get work. He’s a seasoned back that we know knows what to do.”

Morris, who agreed to a two-year contract with the Cowboys, ran for 4,713 yards in four seasons with the Redskins.

He had a career-low 751 yards last season after topping 1,000 yards in each of his first three NFL seasons. Morris’s rushing total declined each season with the Redskins after he ran for a career-best 1,613 yards as a rookie in 2012.