Is Clinton Portis’ Time with Washington Redskins Coming to an End?

July 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is very little doubt that the 2010 season will be the beginning of a new era for the Washington Redskins.
A new coach, a new general manager and a new quarterback will all be part of the rebuilding process as the ‘Skins look to rebound from a dreadful 4-12 campaign last year.
While much of this offseason’s conversation has been about the trade for Donovan McNabb, perhaps the most intriguing moves GM Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan have made are those at running back.
Toward the end of last season, Clinton Portis drew a great deal of heat from within the organization for his lack of effort—add this to the fact that his numbers seem to be on the decline because his body can’t handle the beatings it once could, and it is no surprise that the Redskins went out and got someone to help out with the load.
However, while it was expected that Washington get another running back, the fact that the team signed two backs has fans wondering whether Po...

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