So The players were involved in a multimillion-dollar plot to swindle the league’s healthcare program.
A trio of NFL players has pled guilty to taking part in a multimillion-dollar scam to defraud the league’s
health care benefit program by making bogus claims for medical equipment
but led by former star running back Clinton Portis.
Also, The Gene Upshaw NFL Player Health Reimbursement Fund was defrauded, according to Portis,
Tamarack Vanover, and Robert McCune.
Also, Former players, their spouses, and dependents can receive tax-free reimbursement for out-of-pocket
So medical expenses (up to $50,000) under the Account Plan (the Plan), which was established as part of the
NFL’s 2006 collective bargaining agreement.
So According to the Justice Department, between June 2017 and April 2018, McCune orchestrated a
countrywide fraud that resulted in the Plan receiving roughly $2.9 million in false and fraudulent claims
and paying out approximately $2.5 million on those claims.
Portis allegedly received $99,264 in benefits for medical equipment that was never delivered, according to court records.
Also, Portis and Vanover, who is expected to be sentenced in January, each face a maximum sentence of
ten years in jail and have already agreed to pay the Plan full reparations.
So According to the Department of Justice, McCune pleaded guilty to 13 counts of conspiracy to commit
wire fraud and health care fraud, and 11 counts of wire fraud, three charges of aggravated identity theft, and a conspiracy to commit wire fraud and health care fraud.
“For He faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, additional 10 years for each crime of health care
fraud, 20 years for each count of wire fraud, and two years for each count of health care fraud.
case of aggravated identity theft.
Portis, 40, was drafted in the second round by the Broncos in 2002 and went on to win the Associated
Press Offensive Rookie of the Year award before starting for Washington.
From 2002 to 2010, the two-time Pro Bowler appeared in 113 games with the Broncos and the Redskins.
McCune, 42, was a fifth-round choice in 2005 and played eight NFL games as a linebacker for the
Washington and Baltimore Redskins, while Vanover, 47, was a third-round pick in 1995 and played 77
games as a receiver for the Chiefs and Chargers.
Also, Joe Horn, Correll Buckhalter, Carlos Rogers, John Eubanks, Antwan Odom, Darrell Reid, Anthony
Montgomery, Fredrick Bennett, and Donald “Reche” Caldwell (who died in June 2020) are among the
former athletes who have already pled guilty to charges related to the conspiracy.
Now that Ole Miss defense against Louisville? Yeah, that can play in the SEC West
Clinton Earl Portis (born September 1, 1981) is a former NFL running back who spent nine seasons in the league. He was a member of the Miami Hurricanes football team in college.
In the second round of the 2002 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Denver Broncos.
Portis was most remembered for his seven seasons as the starting running back for Washington
Redskins, during which he averaged 81.2 yards rushing per game and was named one of the 80 Greatest
Redskins by a select panel of celebrities.
1 year in college
1.1 Athletics 1.1
Personal records 1.1.1
1.2 Data from colleges
2 Work experience
Broncos, Denver, 2.2
Redskins (Washington) 2.4
3 stats from his NFL career
4 Life in general
6 links to other sites
Portis attended the University of Miami and played football for the Hurricanes.
He pondered attending the University of South Carolina, but his scholarship was revoked due to a fight he
had with a Gainesville High School teacher.
Since the 1975 season, he was only the second true freshman to start at running back.
He also had two touchdown receptions on four receptions for 44 yards (11.0 average).
Also, Portis’ second season was a disappointment, as he lost his starting spot to James Jackson and
carried for 485 yards and two touchdowns on 77 rushes (6.3 average) in eight games. On five receptions, he added 103 yards (20.6 avg.).
So Portis had his greatest season in 2001, On 220 runs, and he rushed for 1,200 yards and 10 touchdowns as the Hurricanes claimed the National Championship.
He also threw for 125 yards and 125 yards on the ground. Portis rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown in the Rose Bowl versus Nebraska.
On April 10, 2014, Clinton was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame in a ceremony held in Miami.
Portis also excelled on the Gainesville High School
track squad. In the 100 meters, he ran a 10.6-second mark.
He was a varsity track and field athlete.
He was a member of the 4 x 100-meter relay team that set a state record by finishing in 40.8 seconds.
His personal bests in the high jump and long jumps were 2.01 meters and 6.91 meters, respectively.
He also competed in track and field at the University of Miami, winning the state title in the 4×400-meter
relay. He also set personal bests in the 60 and 200 meters, clocking 6.93 seconds and 21.82 seconds, respectively.
Drafting in the NFL in 2002 In the second round of the 2002 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Portis with the 51st overall choice.
For a running back’s first two seasons, the latter is a league record.
In a 31-24 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on December 15, 2002, Portis became the youngest player in NFL history (21 years, 105 days).
With 55.4 fantasy points in a single game, he is the leader.
The following season, on December 7/2003/ Portis became the youngest player in NFL history to score
five touchdowns in a game, doing it at the age of 22 years, 97 days, in a 45-27 win over Kansas City.
Also, Rookie season at Rush Yards (1,508 in 2002)
So Rush yards per carrying: career (5.5), season (5.52 in 2002), game (9.91 on 2003-12-07 KAN), rookie
season (5.52 in 2002), rookie game (9.91 on 2003-12-07 KAN), rookie season (5.52 in 2002), rookie game
(9.91 on 2003-12-07 KAN), rookie season (5.52 in 2002), rookie game (9.91 on 2003-12-07 KAN), rookie season (9.5 on 2002-12-29 ARI)
rushing touchdowns: rookie season (five on 2003-12-07 KAN) (15 in 2002)
Yds/game in rushes: career (106.9)
Total TDs: rookie season (17 in 2002), rookie game (5 on 2003-12-07 KAN), rookie game (4 on 2002-12-15 KAN; with Mike Anderson)
In terms of yards from scrimmage, this was a rookie season (1,872 in 2002)
All-Purpose Yards’ first season (1,872 in 2002)
“Rookie season, 100-yard rushing games (8)”
Rookie season: 1+ TD games (10)
Rookie season: 2+ touchdowns scored (5; with Mike Anderson)
Rookie season: 3+ touchdowns scored (1; with Jon Keyworth, Terrell Davis, and Mike Anderson)
The Broncos traded Portis to the Washington Redskins before the 2004 season in exchange for cornerback
So Champ Bailey and a second-round draught pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, which they used to select Tatum Bell (who wore Portis’s number 26 in Denver).
Portis agreed to a five-year, $50.5 million deal with Washington.
So There were some complaints of the transaction at the time, including the fact that shut-down corners
like Bailey were hard to come by, and that adding a second-round pick for Portis was excessive and one-sided.
Critics also believed that Portis was a product of the Broncos’ offensive philosophy and that he would
struggle in Washington, where more physical, power runners were preferred (such as Stephen Davis or John Riggins).
He had to acclimate to coach Joe Gibbs’ running style, which is primarily power running, during the 2004 season.
Despite scoring on his first Washington rush of 64 yards in the season opener against the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, Portis found it difficult to adjust to Denver’s running style, which featured stretch plays and outside runs.
An offensive line depleted primarily due to injury made the transition much more difficult.
He gained 1,315 yards on the ground in 2004, averaging 3.8 yards per carrying.
With eight total touchdowns, he had a particularly difficult time finding the end zone (5 rushings, 2 receiving, and one passing).
During the 2005 season, though, Portis resurfaced.
Although Gibbs continued to play a power style of football, he changed the Washington rushing approach
to include more outside running plays to better fit Portis’ running style.
Portis had a much better season than last year, demonstrating that he can run both inside and outside and that he is a superior pass blocker.
Despite the fact that he did not score until the fifth game of the season, he completed Also, He broke the
Redskins’ team record most running yards in a season with 1,516 yards on a( 14-yard ) run against the
So Philadelphia Eagles on January 1/2006 and tied the franchise record for most 100-yard games in a season with two (5).
He rushed for 112 yards in the second half of the game. By carrying for 1,516 yards in three of his first
four seasons, he became only the third rusher in league history to do it.
During the 2006 W, Portis showcased his speed.
NFL Players Led By Ex-Star RB Clinton Portis Plead Guilty to Health Care Fraud
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