Stephen Morris: Fisch reunion would be 'amazing'

MOBILE, Ala. – Miami quarterback Stephen Morris played two years (2011-12) for current Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch, but the two are on opposite sides this week at the Senior Bowl.

Morris is on the North team and Fisch – along with the Jaguars staff – is coaching the South side.

But Morris doesn’t hide his desire for a reunion.

“Having the opportunity to play for the Jaguars, that would be amazing,” he said after today’s practice.

Morris projects as a mid-to-late round draft pick. He started one game as a sophomore and then all 12 games as a junior when Fisch was on Al Golden’s staff.

Junior year with Fisch: Morris threw for 3,345 yards, 21 touchdowns and seven interceptions.

Senior year without Fisch: Morris threw for 3,028 yards, 21 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

“I love Coach Fisch and the offense he’s in,” Morris said. “He helped me grow as a quarterback. It’s a wonderful offense.”

Morris said he hopes to benefit this week by working with Atlanta offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter.

“Coach Fisch knows what I can do and I know his offense pretty well and it’s a great opportunity this week to be with the Falcons and Coach Dirk,” he said.

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