Clinton Portis discusses Washington Redskins on 'NFL AM'

Former Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis called it a career on Thursday, retiring in a tearful ceremony. After a nine-year NFL career, Portis talks to the "NFL AM" crew on Friday (airing from 6 to 10 a.m. ET) to discuss his playing career and what lies ahead for him.

Here's what else is on tap Friday:

» NFL Fantasy Draft Week caps off Friday in New York City. Get your tickets for the final day of the event here.

» Six games are on the slate for Friday, and Daniel Jeremiah will have a preview detailing the storylines to watch in each one.

» Mike Mayock checks in to give his thoughts on the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles, among others.

» Ryan Fitzpatrick, like the rest of the Buffalo Bills, followed a stellar start to the year with a bumbling finish. Kimberly Jones talks with the quarterback about whether he can put together a consistent season.

» Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay created quite a stir when he tweeted that "serious trade winds" were blowing Thursday night. Irsay said all was still in his last tweet of Thursday night, but could a deal get done for the mystery player Friday?

» Maurice Jones-Drew opened a Pandora's Box when he said he would be open to a trade. Now, the running back said his preference is to remain with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

» Happy birthday to Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb, who turns 28 on Friday.

» For ticket packages direct from the NFL, get insider access now.

» Think you have what it takes? Sign up for an NFL Fantasy Ultimate Experience league and compete for great prizes, including autographed memorabilia, trips to NFL events and more!

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