Portis re-aggravates groin

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, Last Updated: 7:20 PM ET

NASHVILLE - Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis re-aggravated a groin injury in Sunday's 19-16 overtime win against the Tennessee Titans.

Portis, who missed the last five games over six weeks after suffering the injury in a 17-12 win over Philadelphia on October 3, left early in the contest after rushing for 32 yards on five carries.

The Redskins were also without safety LaRon Landry (Achilles) and cornerback Carlos Rogers (hamstring) on Sunday and had several other players go down.

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall (back), center Casey Rabach (knee), offensive lineman Derrick Dockery (knee), linebackers Lorenzo Alexander (hamstring), Rocky McIntosh (thigh) and safety Anderson Russell (knee) all exited early. Redskins running back Chad Simpson (foot) was hurt in pregame warmups and did not play.


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