Polk headed to the NFL

Polk headed to the NFL

SEATTLE - Washington tailback Chris Polk, the second-leading rusher in Husky history, has decided to enter his name in the NFL Draft, Husky coach Steve Sarkisian announced today...

"Chris had a terrific career at Washington and deserves the opportunity to move on to the next level," Sarkisian said. "We wish him nothing but the best in what I'm sure will be a great professional career."

Polk, a fourth-year junior from Redlands, Calif., has already earned his bachelor's degree in American ethnic studies.

For the full press release, click here.

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