The competition is now wide open after Guice's season-ending injury. He limped to the sidelines and was removed from the game. Injuries to Week 1 starter Rob Kelley and prolific third-down back Chris Thompson contributed to that, and Guice was expected to be a major part of solving the problem. According to multiple reports, the rookie suffered a torn ACL.
Guice hyperextended his left knee at LSU last season but was held out of only one game.
Guice ran with bad intentions in his career with the Tigers, averaging north of 4.0 yards after contact per attempt in each of his first two seasons with the team (2015-16).
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The Palestinian Health Ministry says seven bystanders were wounded in Thursday evening's airstrike in the Shati refugee camp. Palestinians look at damage at the site of an Israeli air strike in Al-Mughraqa on the outskirts of Gaza City, Aug. 9, 2018.
Brady, the NFL's reigning Most Valuable Player, turned 41 on August 3 and is entering his 19th season.
While the Redskins have been rotating their running backs in training camp, coaches have been pleased with Guice's development, and teammates anticipated him being the opening-game starter.
Contrast that with Rob Gronkowski's restructured deal from previous year, which allowed the tight end to earn an extra $5.5 million by reaching certain totals in one of three statistical categories or by securing first-team All-Pro honors. He finished with six carries for 19 yards in his debut. Who steps up? It could be Samaje Perine, who had a disappointing rookie season in 2017 but had excellent college production at Oklahoma. Basically they'll have a running downs back and a passing downs back.