Former GHS Standout Portis To Retire as a Washington Redskin
Gainesville- Clinton Portis hasn't played pro football since the 2010 season, but the former Gainesville High, University of Miami, and Denver Broncos/Washington Redskins running back officially announced his retirment Monday, saying he wants to retire as a member of the Redskins, where he played his final 7 NFL seasons.
Portis retires with 9,923 rushing yards and 75 touchdowns.
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