He’s been looking for work for a while and now Clinton Portis has a team interested in him. At least a little bit.
The Seattle Seahawks will put the veteran through a workout this week, according to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network, but no signing is imminent. It could be the Seahawks just want to see where Portis is in the event they decide to make a move at the position.
As Dan Pompei pointed out in his Sunday column for National Football Post, Portis notified teams he was willing to pay his own way to show up for a workout. No word on whether or not Portis is footing the bill for his trip to Seattle.
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