Portis has fumbled the ball 16 times in his career.
Portis has thrown 2 passing touchdowns in his career.
Portis has played 68 NFL games in his career.
Portis has 52 career rushing touchdowns.
Portis has 6,453 career rushing yards.
Portis has his actual voice in the video game NFL Street 3.
Portis appeared in an episode of America's Next Top Model during season 1.
Portis paid another player $30,000 for the jersey number 26 after he was traded to the Redskins.
Portis has worn various costumes at Thursday press conferences that represent fictional characters he has developed.
Portis was on the cover of the video game NCAA Gamebreaker 2003 game for PlayStation 2.
Portis's cousin Josh was a top recruit as a quarterback for the University of Florida, though he later transferred to the University of Maryland.
Clinton's agent is Drew Rosenhaus, who also went to the University of Miami (FL.).
Portis ran a 4.26 second 40-yard dash at Redskins training camp in 2006.
Portis is only the third runner in league history to reach 1,500 yards in three of his first four seasons.
In 2005, Portis set the Redskin franchise record for rushing yards in a season with 1,516 yards.
Portis has the Redskin record for most 100 yard games in a season with five.
Portis scored a touchdown on his first ever carry as a Redskin.
Portis signed an 8 year contract with the Redskins worth $50.5 million.
In 2004, Portis was traded by the Broncos to the Washington Redskins for Champ Bailey and a second round pick.
In his first two seasons in the NFL, Portis rushed for over 1,500 yards.
During his junior year, Portis led Miami (FL) to a National Championship.
Portis finished his career at Miami (FL) with 2,523 career rushing yards.
Portis tied the Miami (FL) career record for 100-yard rushing games with 14.
As a junior, Portis had his best season in college with 1200 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns.
As a sophomore at Miami (FL), Portis lost his starting job at running back to James Jackson.
Portis played 10 games as a freshman at Miami.
While at Miami, the freshman Portis led the team with 838 rushing yards and 8 touchdowns.
Portis set a school freshman record while at Miami for having five 100 yard games.
Portis was only the 2nd true freshman to start at running back at Miami (FL) since 1975.
On December 29th, 2002, he ran for 228 yards, the fourth most all-time by a rookie.
As a Junior in college, he earned first-team All Big East honors.
He started a string of football training camps called "The Clinton Portis Camp Experience."
He went to the Pro Bowl in 2004.
He was a standout in track and field while he was in high school.
He was selected as a freshman All-American by The Sporting News while at the University of Miami (Fla).
He won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award in 2002.
He was drafted 51st overall in the 2002 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos.
He caught a career high two touchdowns in 2002 and again in 2004.
He caught a career high 40 passes in 2004.
He rushed for a career high 15 touchdowns in 2002
He rushed for a career high 1516 yards in 2005.
He weighs 212 pounds.
He went to college at the University of Miami (Fl)
He is 5'11" tall
As of 2006, he plays for the Washington Redskins in the NFL.
Portis: I think for the last four years I've done enough to show the world I'm going to be ready for the season.
Clinton Portis: I don't know why myself or any other player of my caliber should be playing in the preseason.
Clinton Portis: I do love to run inside because it gives you the opportunity to see everybody. When you're running away at an angle, guys come up and you don't get to see the whole field. When you're running inside, your shoulders are square and you see where the linebackers fill in and you make your read. Sometimes the line is shifting. If you catch them doing that it's a big play. When everybody crashes to the middle that gives you the opportunity to make a move inside and break to the outside. (Portis on running the ball inside)