2019 Washington Redskins Player Updates and Camp Notes

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      Shawn ChildsShawn Childs

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      Derrius Guice continues to get drafted as the starting RB for Washington, but he still hasn’t been cleared for contact. He sat out the first two preseason games, and I don’t expect him to play in any games until the regular season while being limited in his touches in September. Upside player, but he’ll need time to get health making his a tricky investment inside of round ten in 12-team Fantasy drafts.

      After coming off the injury report in August with his recovery for his shoulder injury, Paul Richardson landed back on the injury list with a minor quad injury. Richardson should be ready for the start of the year while having question starting Fantasy opportunity.

      Trey Quinn drew attention from Fantasy owners in drafts due to his volume pass-catching potential. In August, Quinn suffered a minor thumb injury.

      Terry McLaurin has a short resume in college, but he has been getting positive reviews in training camp. His ties to Dwayne Haskins remains positive in his development in his rookie season.

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      Shawn ChildsShawn Childs

      Per Rotoworld: Guice saw his first action in 2019 in the preseason.

      Derrius Guice rushed 11 times for 44 yards in the Redskins’ third preseason game, adding a four-yard reception on his lone target.

      Guice appeared to have the first touchdown of his professional career late in the first half, but it was called back by an Ereck Flowers penalty at left guard. Go figure. Guice skied over the pile for the six that didn’t count. Guice did not look like a player knocking off rust. He showed excellent vision on his first (eight-yard carry) while mixing in some power. Adrian Peterson figures to get the Redskins’ Week 1 “start,” but Guice will be involved from the jump. If he can stay on the field, he could overtake AD in short or

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