40 Time Range: 4.45-4.48/Combine numbers for the rest
Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Missed 2010 spring practices with second shoulder surgery in two years … started all 13 games at tailback … named to the All-Pac-10 second team … won Most Valuable Offensive Player award … finished the regular season ranked No. 17 in the nation and No. 2 in the Pac-10 with 103.17 rushing yards per game … finished the season with 1,415 yards, second-most in UW history … carried the ball 260 times on the year … caught 22 passes for 180 yards … named the offensive MVP of the Holiday Bowl after rushing for 177 yards and one touchdown on a career-high 34 carries; also caught two passes in the win over No. 18 Nebraska … named the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week with the second-best single-game rushing performance in Washington history, gaining 284 yards on 29 carries at Washington State. 2009: Started all 12 games … received Freshman All-American notice by finishing the year with 1,113 yards on 226 carries … won the Most Valuable Offensive Player Award … caught 25 passes for 171 yards … returned 12 kickoffs for 237 yards … rushed for 136 yards on 22 carries against Notre Dame … in the 30-0 Apple Cup win over Washington State, ran the fall 25 times for 130 yards and a score. 2008: Played in the first two games of the season, starting at tailback vs. Oregon and Brigham Young before injuries forced him to miss the remainder of the season … qualified for an injury redshirt year due to the injury … carried the ball 14 times for 19 yards at Oregon and six times for 14 yards vs. Brigham Young, when he also had one reception.
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08/31/14 - RB Chris Polk made the team as the No. 3 running back, even though he missed all but one day of training camp and all four preseason games with a hamstring injury.
08/29/14 - RB Chris Polk wasn't able to play against the Jets. He missed all four preseason games because of a hamstring injury that he suffered on the second day of training camp. Before getting hurt, Polk figured to be the team's No. 3 running back.
08/24/14 - RB Chris Polk, who has been sidelined since the second day of training camp with a hamstring tear, returned to practice Saturday. Polk, who was expected to be the team's No. 3 running back, is in jeopardy of not making the team.
08/22/14 - RB Chris Polk missed his third straight preseason game with a hamstring injury. He suffered the injury on the second day of training camp. Polk, who was supposed to be the Eagles' No. 3 running back behind LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles, is in jeopardy of not making the team.
08/05/14 - RB Chris Polk continues to be sidelined with a hamstring injury. He hasn't practiced in more than a week. Polk is the team's No. 3 running back behind LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles.
12/09/13 - RB Chris Polk is pushing Bryce Brown for the No. 2 job behind LeSean McCoy. Polk, who had just five carries in the first 12 games, had four Sunday for 50 yards, including a 38-yard touchdown run.
10/30/13 - RB Chris Polk did not practice Wednesday. He missed the Dallas game two weeks ago with a shoulder injury, but played last week against the Giants.
10/23/13 - RB Chris Polk, who has missed the last two games because of a shoulder injury, practiced fully Wednesday and is expected to play this week. He is the Eagles' No. 3 running back.
10/18/13 - RB Chris Polk (shoulder) returned to full practice Friday but is listed as questionable. Polk is the team's No. 3 running back.
10/16/13 - RB Chris Polk missed practice Wednesday with a shoulder injury. The injury kept him out of last week's game against the Bucs. His status for this week's game is uncertain. Polk is the team's No. 3 running back.