Clinton Portis had some words of wisdom for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, whose words continue to be parsed by media. Desean Jackson says even more stuff.
There’s a riveting new video documenting the life of Clinton Portis, released Friday afternoon. Redskins fans will want to watch this.
The Washington Redskins have their guy — officially announcing the hiring of Jay Gruden as head coach this afternoon — so now it’s time to focus on how to get RGIII back to rookie form. Clinton Portis said Wednesday he needs to stay out of the media and focus on football.
Former Redskins’ running back Clinton Portis got pulled over for a speeding violation while conducting a live phone interview on 106.7 The Fan. Listen as the situation unfolds.
Clinton Portis called into 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar and Dukes Thursday, and as a plaintiff in a concussion lawsuit against the NFL, called the sweeping agreement reached with the league a “win-win” for both sides.
106.7 The Fan learned former Redskins’ running back Clinton Portis has filed a concussion lawsuit against the NFL, joining a fight already in progress. Later, we learned the reason he joined wasn’t financial, it’s about doing what’s right, for him and the league.
Clinton Portis, a former running back who has been honored as one of the 80 greatest Redskins of all-time, said earlier this year that he suffered more than 10 concussions during his nine-year NFL career.
Clinton Portis admits playing through concussions was a matter of routine during his NFL career.
Season ticket holder Clinton Portis goes to Heat games with Edgerrin James and openly roots for the opposing teams, because the Heat have enough fans and it “pisses people off.” He’ll be at Game 2 of the NBA Final on Sunday, rooting for the Spurs.
Former Redskins running back Clinton Portis is one of the many players – retired and active – to voice their frustration with the recent batch of rule changes passed by the NFL competition committee. But for the first time in the Roger Goodell era, those voices distinctly seem to be coming from the offensive side of the ball.