Clinton Portis is an American football player with a net worth of $25 million. Clinton Portis acquired his net worth by playing for the Washington Redskins as a starting running back for seven seasons. He is now a free agent. Mississippi-born Portis started his football career at University of Miami, where he became the second freshman to start at running back. Portis set the bar high as he set the school freshman record with five 100-yard performances. However his sophomore season wasn't as successful- he lost his job to James Jackson. In 2001, Portis came fighting back as he led his team to winning The National Championships. A year later Portis was picked up by Denver Broncos for the second round of 2002 NFL Draft. At the age of 22, Portis became the youngest player to have scored five touchdowns in a game. Before the 2004 season, Portis was traded to the Redskins, who offered him an eight-year contract worth $50.5 million. During the 2006 season, Portis raise eyebrows as he broke the Redskins record for the most rushing yard in a season (with 1,516 yards), making him the third player in the league history to have run over 1,500 yards in three seasons. Furthermore, during the 2008 season, Portis (along with O.J. Simpson) became the only player in history to have rushed for at least 120 yards in five consecutive games. However this came to abrupt end when he succumb several injuries, which led to his departure from the Redskins in 2011.