Guice slides to Redskins

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"Why is LSU RB Derrius Guice sliding?" However, two more LSU players quickly followed, with Guice going 59th and wide receiver D.J. Chark going 61st (Jacksonville Jaguars). "I talked to someone involved, he said it was the worst visit, the worst meeting with a player".

McShay said live on-air Friday night that National Football League executives told him that Guice was "late to meetings" and may have "accountability" issues.

"It did surprise me because a lot of the things came out of nowhere and weren't true", he said of sliding, reportedly for off-field character issues, "and I just didn't understand why me out of all people, because I'm great to everybody".

It is the first time the Redskins selected a running back in the draft's first or second round since 2002, when they picked Ladell Betts in the second round. At this point, no one really knows that to make of it.

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Speaking to reporters after he was selected, Guice denied a rumor that he had been an altercation when he visited the Philadelphia Eagles. "Some incidents in college teams found out about that were not reported".

Gruden said team officials met with Guice at the combine and his pro day at LSU and hosted him in Washington. A total of six running backs were taken ahead of him. We met with Derrius. "I'm just not sure that he was the guy with all the other stuff off the field that the Eagles wanted", Westbrook said on air, adding that Guice has "a strong personality". No one doubts the talent - and you're absolutely right, the Redskins have loved him throughout the [draft] process, had they traded back in the first-round, it's someone they may have considered.

Guice was also a first-team All-SEC back in 2016, earned second-team honors in 2017 and ranked fourth among SEC backs with 1,251 yards during his final season. He was the seventh running back taken in this draft.

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