The official list of the 80 Greatest Washington Redskins is now complete.
Perhaps the most colorful player in Washington Redskins history officially retired from the game Thursday.
You can call him Southeast Jerome, Coach Janky Spanky, Doctor Don’t Know, Sheriff Gonna Getcha, or you can just call him Clinton Portis. Whichever identity you choose to remember him by now that he has announced his retirement, the fact is, you will definitely remember him.
Clinton Portis is announcing his retirement, nearly two years after he played his last NFL game.
It was controversy again with the morning crew, this time over the announcement of numbers 25-21 on the Best of the Burgundy and Gold list, particularly the inclusion one particular cornerback who still continues to haunt Redskins fans to this day.
The Washington Redskins are celebrating their 80th season, and 106.7 The Fan is marking the occasion by ranking the 80 greatest players in franchise history. The Best of the Burgundy and Gold is a comprehensive […]
Tuesday morning The Junkies were joined by former Redskins fan favorite, Stephen Davis, who was drafted by Washington in 1996 and stayed on the team’s roster through the 2002 season. The running back, who is one of 2,600 ex-NFL’ers to have sued the NFL for concussion-related problems, outlined his daily troubles and painful life after a brutal 11-year career.
Sunday night rumors began to spread about former Redskins running back Clinton Portis passing away in a car crash. On Monday, a very alive Portis joined Holden Kushner on “The Mike Wise Show with Holden Kushner,” and revealed that his mother called him in a panic to make sure he was safe.
“I don’t think the media sabotages anybody”, said Doughty. Injuries and younger players doing well impacted Portis’ Redskins career.
Ivan Carter and Holden Kushner discuss the possibility of former Redskins running back Clinton Portis going to the Giants.