The powerful back suffered the injury while being tackled on a 34-yard run in Thursday's preseason opener versus the New England Patriots. Washington Redskins running back Derrius Guice left the game after going down with an apparent injury. The initial thought was a sprained MCL, suggesting he'd miss a few weeks. Previous year at LSU, Guice was hampered by a hyperextended knee, limiting his snaps and forcing him to miss a game. It's not clear whether that previous injury made him more susceptible to the torn ACL, but there were National Football League teams that did extra evaluation on his medical status leading up to the draft because of that knee.
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The Redskins' sigh of relief was quickly replaced by a shrieking scream.
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UPDATE: The Redskins confirmed Guice tore his ACL. Both players are expected to make a full recovery and are looking forward to playing in 2019. Guice's injury likely puts an even greater emphasis on Washington's passing game, especially considering the creative ways in which Gruden can try to replicate the run game with passes to Thompson, Jamison Crowder and Jordan Reed.
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On Thursday, several reports surfaced about new incentives added to Tom Brady's contract that would allow the quarterback to earn $5 million more in 2018. Tight end Manasseh Garner suffered a torn ACL, while wide receiver Trey Quinn (stomach) and defensive end Matt Ioannidis (leg) were also hurt.