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Clinton Portis

Clinton Portis
Portis during the 2007 season.
CaptionPortis during the 2007 season.
CurrentteamFree Agent
CurrentpositionRunning back
Birth DateSeptember 01, 1981(age 33)
Birth PlaceLaurel, Mississippi
CollegeUniversity of Miami
DebutteamDenver Broncos
Pastteams * Denver Broncos (2002 - 2003) * Washington Redskins (2004-2010)
Highlights * AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (2002) * PFWA Offensive Rookie of the Year (2002) * 2× Pro Bowl selection (2003, 2008) * 1× All-Pro selection (2008) * 2007 Fedex Ground Player Of The Week (Week 17) * 3× 2008 Ground Player Of The Week (Week 5) Week 7) and (Week 8)
Statlabel1Rushing yards
Statlabel2Rushing average
Statlabel3Rushing TDs

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Clinton Earl Portis (born September 1, 1981) is an American football running back who is currently a free agent. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the second round of the 2002 NFL Draft. He played college football at the University of Miami.

Portis played seven seasons as the starting running back for the Washington Redskins.

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Clinton Portis Says DC Media Was Worse On McNabb Than Philly - NFL News Tweet this news
NFL News--It is a certainly a familiar thing to hear for Eagles fans that the local media is too tough on Donovan McNabb. Like many things McNabb-related that we've dealt with, our pals in DC are now hearing the same things. -Clinton Portis-, in a re - Date : Wed, 25 May 2011 17:44:37 GMT+00:00
In a reduced role, is Portis an option in 2011? - National Football Post Tweet this news
National Football Post--RB -Clinton Portis- was one of the toughest football players I saw during my NFL career. I spent two seasons with him in Washington (one where he carried our team to the playoffs), and I will always have a lot of respect for what h - Date : Thu, 26 May 2011 09:34:06 GMT+00:00
Clinton Portis Wants To Play Washington Redskins Twice A Year - SB Nation DC Tweet this news
SB Nation DC--Now, -Clinton Portis-, who was released just before the lockout began, is saying the same thing. CSN Washington's Rich Tandler transcribed an interview Portis did on SIRIUS XM Radio, during which Portis said he would like to play for th - Date : Wed, 25 May 2011 13:58:13 GMT+00:00
Clinton Portis: I'd Like to Play for the New York Giants - Giants 101 Tweet this news
Giants 101---Clinton Portis- is a funny (perhaps not Ha-Ha funny) guy. He's always been unique in that he creates weekly characters, has several different persona's and really just says whatever is on his mind. Right now, playing for the New Yor - Date : Wed, 25 May 2011 14:53:48 GMT+00:00
Philadelphia Eagles: Game-by-Game 2011 Season Breakdown - Bleacher Report Tweet this news
Bleacher Report--Without the services of a franchise running back due to the departure of -Clinton Portis-, and with few weapons through the air, this team is completely outmatched. While they have a few playmakers on defense, this Redskins team will soon - Date : Wed, 20 Apr 2011 02:41:28 GMT+00:00
NFL Draft Rumors: Does Jake Locker Fit the Washington Redskins Offensive Plans? - Bleacher Report Tweet this news
Bleacher Report---Clinton Portis- is gone, they have a pretty depleted receiver corp, and then there is the unenviable choice between Donovan McNabb and Rex Grossman. It's very unlikely that they'll have a shot at Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert s - Date : Mon, 18 Apr 2011 14:52:44 GMT+00:00
Paige: Broncos' new triumvirate has no room for erratum - Denver Post Tweet this news
Denver Post--(In the 2000s, the Broncos traded away four drafted players who have made the Pro Bowl -Clinton Portis-, Deltha O'Neal, Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler.) Only one player of 50 drafted by the Broncos from 2000 to 2005 remains on the tea - Date : Fri, 15 Apr 2011 07:02:34 GMT+00:00
NFL Draft Player Profile: Former Florida Gators QB Josh Portis not running ... - Palm Beach Post (blog) Tweet this news
Palm Beach Post (blog)--His college career certainly didn't go according to plan, but Portis, a younger cousin of star running back -Clinton Portis-, says he has no regrets. He “learned a lot of ball” while playing for five offensive coordinators - Date : Fri, 08 Apr 2011 14:33:53 GMT+00:00
NFL Draft 2011: Just How Good Is Mike Shanahan with the NFL Draft? - Bleacher Report Tweet this news
Bleacher Report--He also calls -Clinton Portis- one of Shanahan's good picks. "The Broncos got only two years out of -Clinton Portis-, but he gained over 1500 yards in each season and as trade bait he fetched Champ Bailey and a second-round - Date : Thu, 07 Apr 2011 08:41:41 GMT+00:00
Miami Football: 10 things Al Golden is doing to change the culture at The U - Bleacher Report Tweet this news
Bleacher Report---...- that could start on a majority of Division 1 football teams. Golden is determined to use all running backs to create a powerful rushing attack like Miami had in 2001, when the running backs consisted of -Clinton Portis-, Frank Gore, - Date : Mon, 04 Apr 2011 00:59:10 GMT+00:00

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Trung Canidate
Washington Redskins' Starting Running Back
Succeeded by
Tim Hightower
Preceded by
Mike Anderson
Denver Broncos Starting Running Back
Succeeded by
Reuben Droughns
Preceded by
Edgerrin James
Miami Hurricanes' Starting Running Back
(shared with James Jackson in 1999-2000)
Succeeded by
Willis McGahee
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Anthony Thomas
NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
Succeeded by
Anquan Boldin

2002 NFL Draft :
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204 lb 4.35 X X X X 20*

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award from the Associated Press

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