After injury reports, Derrius Guice tweets about overcoming obstacles | NBC Sports Washington
Not to take too much from a pair of tweets, but it certainly sounds like Derrius Guice has been dealt another setback in his NFL career.
Notes & Quotes, 9/9: Head Coach Jay Gruden Provides Injury Updates Following Eagles Game
Running back Derrius Guice is dealing with knee soreness, while defensive linemen Jonathan Allen (knee sprain) and Caleb Brantley (foot aggravation) are considered day-to-day.
Trent Williams' teammate Morgan Moses says '50-50' chance he's back this week | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins offensive lineman Morgan Moses is hopeful that embattled tackle Trent Williams can return to the squad this season.
Chris Thompson disappointed by Adrian Peterson decision | 106.7 The Fan
Chris Thompson understands the challenge of getting everyone enough carries, but still really wanted to see Adrian Peterson out there against the Eagles. Listen as Thompson addresses Peterson being inactive, what it could mean moving forward, and if Redskins fans can expect to see a healthy Jordan
Derrius Guice injury should get Adrian Peterson back on the field, but what about Trent Williams? | NBC Sports Washington
Derrius Guice injured his knee, and in turn, Adrian Peterson could resume his spot on top of the Redskins RB depth chart. What nobody knows, however, is what will happen with Trent Williams.
Redskins RB Derrius Guice suffers meniscus injury, unclear how long he will be out | NBC Sports Washington
A source confirmed a knee injury for Derrius Guice while other Redskins players said they knew he injured his leg but were unsure how long the second-year running back will be out.
Snap Counts: Redskins-Eagles, Week 1
Check out the offensive and defensive snap counts from the Washington Redskins Week 1 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sep. 8.
Adrian Peterson shown contempt by coach, but injury forces Gruden's hand - Washington Times
Derrius Guice's misfortune doesn't let Jay Gruden off the hook for flagrant malpractice against Adrian Peterson.
Week 1 Quick Reads | Football Outsiders
Big first quarters were the theme this week, apparently. Keenum's first 15 minutes: 9-of-11 for 132 yards and a touchdown. His first pass of the second quarter was a 69-yard touchdown, but then he too cooled off. As Washington turned a 10-point lead into a 9-point deficit, Keenum went nine straight dropbacks without picking up a first down, padding his stats with 11-yard gains on second-and-25 and third-and-20 in the process.
Adrian Peterson decision could haunt Gruden - Washington Times
All Washington needed in their first possession of that third quarter was to move the chains. Would Peterson have made a difference? I don't know. But I know he has in the past.