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Redskins Injury Update: MCL sprain for Derrius Guice's left knee, no additional damage

Guice's unlucky streak continues

NFL: Washington Redskins at Green Bay Packers Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: Sprained MCL, no additional damage in Guice's left knee

Derrius Guice had his breakout game last week against the Carolina Panthers. He had 10 carries for 129 yards and 2 TDs. Expectations were high for the talented player who lost his rookie year, and half of this season to knee injuries. His unlucky streak continued today when his day was cut short again due to injury.

Guice had broken free for a 23 yard run against the Packers, only his 5th carry of the day. He was taken down by safety Darnell Savage who landed his helmet directly on Guice's knee. He was clearly injured, but was able to walk off the field, and was standing on the sidelines after visiting the medical tent.

Redskins interim Head Coach Bill Callahan offered no updates in his postgame presser except to say he was being checked out again. John Keim reported Guice would get an MRI on the knee tomorrow. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero is reporting that the preliminary belief is Guice suffered an MCL sprain.

The MRI will give the team a better idea of how serious the injury is, and whether the team needs to shut him down again. The Redskins were officially eliminated from the playoffs with today's loss and there are only three games left in the season.