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Tagged: Derrius Guice (29 Results)


Washington RB Guice could miss start of camp

Washington running back DERRIUS GUICE reportedly has an injured hamstring and might miss the start of training camp. Guice downplayed the situation, saying that people are “freaking out for no reason”.More Guice was a second-round pick in 2018 but he missed the season after he tore his ACL in Washington’s first preseason game last year. Less

Source: Washington Post

Around the NFL: Derrius Guice

Training camps open soon, maybe too soon for some players. One is Washington running back Derrius Guice. Guice missed all of his rookie season due to a torn ACL. One year later, he's dealing with a hamstring injury that might cost him the start of the camp.   more »


Mailbag: July 12, 2019

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Which teams will put up the best passing and rushing numbers? Famous Jameis or Lamest Jameis? Does Travis Kelce's ankle merit a downgrade? Is Michael Thomas headed for a downward turn? more »



Peterson and Guice expected to split carries

Veteran running back ADRIAN PETERSON and second year back DERRIUS GUICE are expected to split carries in the Washington backfield this season. Guice was expected to take the lead role as a rookie last season, but that was before he tore his ACL during the preseason.

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Washington running backs

There’s an article on Washington’s official team website, and it’s got a handful of noteworthy observations about the team’s running backs. It’s one of the league’s more crowded position groups.  more »



Peterson has lofty rushing goal for 2019

Washington running back ADRIAN PETERSON has set a goal of 2,000 yards for the upcoming 2019 season. At age 34, such a season would be quite the accomplishment. Peterson topped 1,000More yards last season while leading the team in carries with 251. A return to health of fellow running backs DERRIUS GUICE and CHRIS THOMPSON could cut into Peterson’s carries this season, but his goal remains high. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Washington drafts RB Love, adds to crowded backfield corps

Washington raised eyebrows when the team drafted running back BRYCE LOVE in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. With ADRIAN PETERSON, CHRIS THOMPSON, DERRIUS GUICE, and SAMAJE PERINE allMore on the roster, it would seem like there is little room left for the rookie running back. Although Guice is said to be on track in his recovery from an ACL injury, the selection of Love was a surprise to many. Less

Source: Team Blog


RB Guice expected to be ready for training camp

With the 2019 season quickly approaching, Washington running back DERRIUS GUICE is getting close to a full recovery. Guice was a second-round draft pick in 2018, but he suffered an ACL tear in the preseason. Guice is expected to be ready to roll by training camp later this summer.

Source: Team Blog


Peterson remains in Washington

Washington running back ADRIAN PETERSON signed a two-year deal with the team on Wednesday, meaning the soon-to-be 34-year-old rusher will be back in action in 2019 and possibly beyond. DERRIUS GUICEMore should return this year after an ACL injury last preseason, but Peterson’s presence ensures that the team will not need to rush him back. Third-down back CHRIS THOMPSON will also have a role in the backfield. Less

Source: NBC Sports


RB Guice “strong as an ox” as rehab continues

Washington running back DERRIUS GUICE is recovering from a torn ACL and says that he is still “strong as an ox”. While Guice had a couple of initial setbacks following surgery,More he is progressing and taking things week by week. With training camp still five months, and his ox-like strength in hand, he could be ready for action heading into the 2019 season. Less

Source: NBC Sports Washington

Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Upcoming opponents are in place, so we can take an early look at strength of schedule for the 2019 season. And two teams that played in the conference championship games project to play the schedules that tie as the 2nd-easiest in the league.  more »


Washington loses two more running backs

A week after rookie running back DERRIUS GUICE tore his ACL in the first preseason game, Washington lost two more running backs in the team’s second preseason game. SAMAJE PERINE sufferedMore a twisted ankle but tests were negative and he’s expected to miss only about a week. Backup BYRON MARSHALL also suffered an ankle injury and is expected to miss two to four weeks. ROB KELLEY is likely to get extended playing time due to all of the injuries. Less


Mailbag: August 17, 2018

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. Extended dance-mix version. Scoping out Washington's backfield post-Guice. Why Jarvis Landry is better than Josh Gordon. Speeding up the snail pace of an auction. And much, much (much, much) more. more »


Podcast: August 13 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff run down Week 1 of the NFL preseason: fallout from the Derrius Guice injury (and several lesser injuries), players who impressed and failed to impress, what to watch for next. Sponsored by EZDraft.  more »

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Washington sends another to injured reserve

Washington wide receiver ROBERT DAVIS suffered ligament damage to his right knee in practice on Saturday and will miss the 2018 season. Davis heads to injured reserve, along with running backMore DERRIUS GUICE and tight end MANASSEH GARNER. Guice and Garner both suffered ACL tears in Thursday’s preseason loss as the team is off to a rough start. Less


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