NFL finds no evidence of inappropriate questions to RB Guice


Combine that with the fact that the Ravens have shown some interest in a potential first round running back in Derrius Guice, and it becomes increasingly easier to believe the Ravens are open to drafting a running back in this draft. Guice was selected by Washington in the second round with pick No. 59.

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.

Rapoport said that someone within the Eagles organization told him it was the worst meeting with a prospect he had ever been a part of leading up to a draft.

Seen as a sure-fire first-round pick leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft, the past several weeks have been filled with rumor and innuendo surrounding Guice. Guice joins 2017 fourth-round pick Samaje Perine, Rob Kelley and third-down back Chris Thompson in the backfield mix for Washington.

The NFL investigated and said this week that it found no evidence any team asked inappropriate questions during interviews at the scouting combine.

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Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Friday the team did its homework on Guice.

Guice had a monstrous three-year career with LSU, backing up Leonard Fournette. In all, 58 players and six running backs came off the board before Guice's fall stopped.

After rushing for 1,387 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2016, Guice gained 1,251 yards and scored 11 touchdowns on the ground at LSU last season. So, what are they getting in Guice?

Bleacher Report's Matt Miller considered him the No. 2 running back in the 2018 class behind Penn State's Saquon Barkley in his final rankings. He does have durability concerns, which could have contributed to him not being drafted higher.