Clinton Portis Retirement Tweet Roundup: Which Character Was Your Favorite?

During the 2005 season Clinton Portis unveiled the first of his many characters on an unsuspecting public. The Redskins were in the midst of a season that would end in a 10-6 record and a win in the NFC Wild Card round, so Portis' masquerades became a delightful subplot to one of Washington's two ten-win seasons since 1991.

So when news came down Thursday that Portis would step away from the NFL game forever, conversation focused on three things.

There was Portis' blocking:

There was some discussion of the milestone he just missed out on.

And then there was the character discussion.

So, who was your favorite?

For more on Portis' retirement, check out the SB Nation blog Hogs Haven.

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