Redskins running back Clinton Portis said Tuesday that while he doesn't believe the concussion that ended his season will end his career, his time in Washington may well be up after this season because the team, a disappointment at 4-9, will likely undergo significant changes.
"I can't sit and tell you I want my career to be over here," Portis said at FedEx Field, where he helped distribute holiday gifts as part of the Redskins' contribution to the U.S. Marine Corps's "Toys for Tots" program. "But at the same time, you got to understand the business side of things. I've been here for six years, and we went to the playoffs twice. I think Mr. [Daniel] Snyder, with the pressure that's on him with the organization, probably going to have to make changes. For everything that go on, I'm to blame, so why wouldn't I be the change?"