He is currently the wide receivers coach for the New Orleans Saints, after having served as wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator in the years before that at University of Southern California.
After ending his playing career in 1997, Morton began working for the National Football League"s Oakland Raiders, initially in the personnel department. In 2002 he took a coaching position in the organization, as a Senior Offensive Assistant on a team that made it to Super Bowl XXXVII under head coach Bill Callahan. After another year at the position, he was elevated to Tight Ends Coach for the 2004 season under new Raiders head coach Norv Turner.
The following season he took a position as an offensive assistant with the New Orleans Saints under head coach Sean Payton, who advanced to the 2006 NFC Championship game.
Morton joined University of Southern California in 2007, taking up a similar position to the one he held at San Diego. When offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian accepted a head coaching position with Washington, Morton was interviewed by head coach Pete Carroll as a candidate for the position.
As expected, Morton eventually got the job. Morton played professionally for the Canadian Football League Toronto Argonauts and on the practice squads of the Raiders and Green Bay Packers.
Morton played college football at Western Michigan.