Guice carried the ball six times for 19 yards on 10 snaps and limped off the field on his final touch. The LSU product was considered a first-round prospect and fell amid reports of character concerns before being taken late in the second.
The injury is devastating news to the Redskins, who drafted Guice to fix their 28th-ranked run offense from 2017.
In a statement, the Redskins said Guice was expected to make a full recovery and looked forward to playing in 2019.
Instead, Guice's National Football League career starts with a medical redshirt. They're not expecting him to come here and have a 500-yard season. "I want that for him".
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Contrast that with Rob Gronkowski's restructured deal from past 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.
The competition is now wide open after Guice's season-ending injury. His season is officially over before it really got started. "Sorry, I don't", the coach predictably responded. "So, control what you can control".
Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith (11) hands the ball off to Redskins running back Derrius Guice (29) during drills on day three of Redskins training camp at Washington Redskins Bon Secours Training Center. The incentives are said to be similar in structure to the escalators the Patriots added to tight end Rob Gronkowski's contract last season, which enabled the injury-prone star to earn up to $5.5 million in bonuses if he met certain statistical benchmarks.