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Topic - Clinton Portis
Champ Bailey didn't get that Super Bowl ring with the Denver Broncos.
When things were going right, Washington had fewer bigger stars Clinton Portis. Known for his sense of humor, Portis showed he still has it on Monday.
Need to Know: Here are the Redskins five leading rushers since the 1994 season. You can probably guess who four of them are before clicking.
Champ Bailey is glad he left the Redskins and ended up in the Super Bowl with the Broncos.
Snyder, coach Mike Shanahan and quarterback Robert "SuperBob" Griffin III are the trinity of turmoil at Redskins Park, all seemingly staking out their corner in this political battle royal. But don't overlook GM Bruce Allen's role.
Portis is the lead plaintiff in an 83-player lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Other plaintiffs include former Pro Bowl quarterback quarterback Daunte Culpepper and 1,000-yard rusher Carnell "Cadillac" Williams.
The limited shelf life of top-flight running backs was worth remembering as minicamp wrapped up Wednesday afternoon. This job wears out bodies. At 24 years old, Morris is rapidly approaching middle age for an NFL running back.
With the No. 2 overall pick, you expect an immediate impact player. With No. 51? Who knows what you'll get? That's kind of what makes the draft fun.
Sixteen weeks into the season, we still don't know how good the Washington Redskins are. It's one of the reasons there's such salivating over Sunday night's potential elimination game against the Dallas Cowboys. When the hostilities are over, we'll have a better feel for where the Redskins fit in the football universe, whether they're ready to contend or need more time in the oven.
Alfred Morris was the last player to leave the Washington Redskins' locker room after their win over Philadelphia on Sunday. How appropriate, considering quarterback Donovan McNabb was the last one out after Washington beat the Eagles in 2010.
It was the first week of Washington Redskins training camp when Alfred Morris entertained the question. Darrel Young was hurt, and the unassuming sixth-round pick out of Florida Atlantic was asked if he had been asked by the coaching staff to fill in at fullback.
Although quarterback Robert Griffin III's sprained right knee created significant uncertainty this week about his availability for the Washington Redskins' road game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, coaches and players found comfort knowing they could at least count on one player to be in their backfield.
The Washington Redskins ruined DeAngelo Williams' Sunday morning, so the Carolina Panthers running back was determined to ruin their afternoon.
Robert Griffin III was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week, the NFL announced Wednesday.
Ten players and coaches were added to the greatest list of Washington Redskins on Friday as part of the team's 80th anniversary celebration.
He did say that Darrell Green, Redskins Hall of Fame cornerback and Bailey's teammate for four years in Washington, made him the player he is today.
"Leaving the Redskins was the best thing to happen to my career," he said from his podium during the Super Bowl media day. "I wouldn't be here"