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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03/05/15 - RB Chris Polk almost didn't make the team last season after missing most of training camp and the early part of the season with a hamstring injury. But head coach Chip Kelly likes his toughness and he has developed into an excellent short-yardage runner. He has seven career TDs in just 57 rushing attempts. He also is a very good kickoff returner. Averaged 30.9 yards per return last season.
12/10/14 - RB Chris Polk was a limited practice participant Wednesday with an ankle injury. He played last week, but did not have any touches.
12/03/14 - RB Chris Polk was a limited practice participant Wednesday. He has an ankle injury. Polk missed two games earlier this season with a hamstring injury.
10/22/14 - RB/KR Chris Polk practiced fully Wednesday and appears to be a go for Sunday's game against Arizona. Polk, who had a 102-yard kickoff return for a touchdown earlier this season, has been hampered by a hamstring injury since the beginning of training camp.
10/20/14 - RB Chris Polk, who has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, may return to practice this week.
10/14/14 - RB/KR Chris Polk is expected to be out a few more weeks. He reinjured his hamstring last week. The injury initially sidelined him for the entire preseason.
10/08/14 - RB/KR Chris Polk did not practice Wednesday. He reinjured his hamstring in Sunday's game against the Rams and isn't expected to play this week. If he can't go, rookie Josh Huff may return kickoffs.
10/06/14 - RB/KR Chris Polk reinjured his hamstring Sunday. Polk missed all of the preseason and the first two regular-season games with the injury. There was no update Monday on his condition, but it's unlikely he'll play against the Giants. Nolan Carroll or Darren Sproles likely would replace him on kickoff returns.
09/21/14 - KR Chris Polk's 102-yard return in the first quarter was the Eagles' first kickoff return for a TD since Quintin Demps scored in 2008 vs. the New York Giants. It was also the first time Polk touched the ball in a game situation since last year. He partially tore a hamstring on the second day of training camp and ended up missing all of the preseason and the first two regular-season games. There was speculation that he wouldn't even make the team. "It was real hard," Polk said. "Being hurt was tough. It messed with me mentally. (The coaches) believed in me, and I was dying to get out there. I saw my teammates playing their hearts out, and I just wanted to contribute and get hit again. Being out there today, I felt like I was me again."
09/15/14 - RB Chris Polk, who missed the entire preseason plus the season opener due to a hamstring injury, was active for Monday's game. He did not see any action.