Clinton Portis, the Redskins great running back who announced his retirement from football on Thursday, caught up with the Redskins Blog during the first and second quarters of today’s preseason matchup between the Redskins and the Indianapolis Colts.
We just happened to have good timing when talking with Portis — it was smack dab in the middle of the Redskins’ first touchdown drive of the game.
That touchdown, by the way, was scored by rookie running back Alfred Morris, who grew up idolizing Portis, the Redskins’ second-leading rusher in franchise history who on Friday was elected one of the 80 Greatest Players in team history.
Here’s the interview with Portis, who talks about the Robert Griffin III-Andrew Luck hype, the Redskins’ defense, his memories of playing at FedExField, his attitude when it came to being a great blocking back and much more:
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