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Report: Clinton Portis on early inactives list for Redskins

By Cindy Boren

Clinton Portis is among the players on the early inactives list for tonight's game between the Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field, according to the NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora.

Portis, who tore a groin muscle when the teams played Nov. 4, suffered a setback in his recovery last week, Jason Reid reported, so the move would not be a huge surprise. Ryan Torain would start in his place.

Brandon Banks, who underwent knee surgery during the Redskins' bye week, is expected to play tonight, LaCanfora reports.

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Run Banks Run!

Posted by: thorhero | November 15, 2010 10:25 AM | Report abuse

I'm not sure how I feel about Banks playing. Obviously, I'm not the coach and don't see him up close, but I worry about playing him tonight.

Posted by: Cindy Boren | November 15, 2010 11:11 AM | Report abuse

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