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2012 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Washington Running Back Chris Polk

The running back position has been devalued in year's past by the emergence of undrafted free agents and middle-round draft picks such as Arian Foster, Ray Rice and Fred Jackson. The 2012 NFL draft features a handful of running backs that carry a first round grade, but how do they look as potential NFL backs? After spending time watching four games from Chris Polk's 2011 season at Washington, here's our breakdown of his game.
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