Who wore number 40 for the Redskins?

Who wore number 40 for the Redskins?

Redskins by the (Jersey) Numbers: #40 – Alvin Walton.

Did Clinton Portis win a Super Bowl?

Clinton Portis He was, however, the rookie of the year in 2002 and was a two-time Pro Bowl selection. Despite the relatively brief career and the injuries, he has almost 10,000 yards rushing and 75 touchdowns. But no Super Bowl ring.

Is Clinton Portis a Hall of Famer?

In the Rose Bowl against Nebraska, Portis ran for 104 yards and a touchdown. He also had a long touchdown reception called back on a holding call. Clinton was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame on April 10, 2014 at a ceremony in Miami.

How many Hall of Famers are Redskins?

7, 1963, Washington has had 32 former players, coaches and administrators inducted for enshrinement into the Hall of Fame.

Who wore jersey number 40?

40: Gale Sayers, NFL.

Who wore number 40 in the NFL?

No. 40 in the late, great Pat Tillman, who left the NFL following the 2001 season to serve his country and was tragically killed in 2004.

What was Clinton Portis 40 time?

4.26 secondsClinton Portis / 40 yard dash time
Portis demonstrated his speed during the 2006 Redskins training camp, running a 4.26 second 40-yard dash.

How much money did Clinton Portis make in his NFL career?

When the injuries were all said and done, Clinton Portis ended up earning a total of $43.1 million in salary during his career in the NFL. Unfortunately, that money was completely wiped out through bad investments that were overseen by a financial advisor.

Why is Joe Theismann not in the Hall of Fame?

Why Theismann didn’t make the HOF: Theismann was just 25th all-time in passing touchdowns (160) and 21st in passing yards (25,206) by the time he was forced to retire due to a broken leg in 1985.

Is Sean Taylor in the HOF?

Taylor was inducted posthumously as the 43rd member into the Washington Redskins Ring of Fame on November 30, 2008.

Is Joe Jacoby in Hof?

How does Washington legend Joe Jacoby continue to get snubbed from the Pro Football Hall of Fame? On its surface, Jacoby’s resume is Canton-worthy. A three-time Super Bowl champion, four-straight Pro Bowl appearances, three All-Pro nods and a spot on the NFL’s 1980s All-Decade Team. Like we said, it speaks for itself.