Clinton Portis has been having money trouble for a while, culminating in a bankruptcy filing in which in the former NFL RB claimed about $4.85 million in debts he can’t pay. Among that was listed $170,000 owed to the Borgata casino in Atlantic City, and a Borgata filing this week fills in the blanks: the casino…
Former NFL running back Clinton Portis has owed a lot of people a lot of money for some time now, and according to bankruptcy filings, the exact amount that he owes to various creditors is $4,857,659.50.
Court filings unearthed this week reveal that banks, the IRS, and a casino are lining up to collect from former star NFL running back Clinton Portis. Even worse, it looks like the bank is trying to foreclose on the house Portis bought for his mother in 2004.
There are already numerous lawsuits, joined by thousands of former players, alleging the NFL hid the long-term effects of head injuries and didn't do enough to protect players. Add to them a new suit, filed yesterday in Florida by 83 players including Clinton Portis, Daunte Culpepper, and Carnell "Cadillac" Williams.
Clinton Portis, who last played through an injury-plagued year in 2010, will officially announce his retirement Thursday at a news conference at Redskins Park. Portis was fabulous for the better part of seven seasons in Denver and Washington, but his legacy might suffer from the fact that he played on some pretty…
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Portis loves Biden, and Dan Snyder too.
Here's your daily link to Dave McKenna's brilliant "Cranky Redskins Fan's Guide to Dan Snyder," which we'll be posting until Snyder's dumbass libel suit disappears down an Iraqi spider hole. Today: D.C. Sports Bog remembers a few of Clinton Portis's words upon his arrival to Washington and into the cold embrace of a…
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Portis says that everyone's playing scared.
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Earlier, Portis was scolded by the NFL for his wacky remarks about the Ines Sainz scenario, but we're happy to report that he has one staunch supporter who reads this site.
The always entertaining Clinton Portis chimes in on Sainz's Jets locker room dust-up in the way you would probably expect Clinton Portis to chime in on it.
Your evening Tiger Woods roundup: Everyone meet Theresa Rogers, paramour No. 14, who at 40-something years old represented a bit of an uphill lie for young Tiger.
The intrepid Dan Steinberg is once again wandering around Redskins training camp and in his quest for gold, he struck oil instead by tapping the fertile mind of Clinton Portis about that Sisquo hairstyle he sported earlier this offseason.
We hope whoever takes over this site keeps the Deadspin Hall Of Fame going; it would make us very happy to see that still cruising along in a decade. (We also love that it's so difficult to get in; just one inductee last year!) One of the earliest enshrinees, Clinton Portis, is returning to his old tricks ... if in a…
Via DC Sports Bog, which was invented for this very thing, it's Clinton Portis' newest "character." It's "Choo-Choo." We don't know what it means, and we don't care. It's like the final season of "Arrested Development;" not as inspired as the first go-arounds, but we're all just grateful it's back, nevertheless.
"If [Saunder] says, 'Clinton I need you to run through that brick wall,' and that brick wall, it's hard to run through a brick wall, I've got to find a way to get as close as I can and dive over the top of this brick wall and tell him, '[Bleep], I made it over.' You know? 'I did it. I didn't do it the way you asked me…