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[post_page_title]Alfred Morris’ Mazda 626[/post_page_title]
There’s something that just boggles the mind about this photo, but we assure you it hasn’t been doctored in any way. That’s Arizona Cardinals running back Alfred Morris, who’s worth somewhere around $2 million. The car he’s leaning on, however, is definitely not worth $2 million, but two dollars.

Alfred Morris’ Mazda 626

It’s a Mazda 626 sedan from 1991 – making the car only three years younger than its owner. Morris bought the thing, which he has ironically nicknamed “Bentley,” from his pastor was he was a junior at Florida Atlantic University. The price was, and we swear we’re not making this up, two bucks. “It just keeps me grounded,” Morris explained.

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