Washington cuts Craig Reynolds with Derrius Guice set to return

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Running back Derrius Guice is set to return to the Washington lineup once the team returns from their bye week and the team moved to clear a spot for him on the roster Tuesday.

They announced that they have waived running back Craig Reynolds.

Reynolds was promoted to the active roster in October. He saw action on 28 special teams snaps without getting any time on offense in three games with the team.

Guice started the season opener for Washington and went on injured reserve with a knee injury a few days later. Guice, a 2018 second-round pick, missed his entire rookie season with a torn ACL.

He ran 10 times for 18 yards and caught three passes for 20 yards in his lone appearance.

7 responses to “Washington cuts Craig Reynolds with Derrius Guice set to return

  1. Derrius Sweet Juice will last 10 minutes and be put on season ending IR. He’s yet another one of the Allen Brat’s pathetic draft picks.

  2. Hang around town, Mr. Reynolds, we’ll probably be calling you back in a week or two

  3. They should have traded AP, Reynolds showed nicely during preseason, I prefer him over Thompson who can’t stay healthy and seems a bit soft, been out several weeks for a toe???

  4. hendawg21 says:
    November 5, 2019 at 7:20 pm
    They should have traded AP, Reynolds showed nicely during preseason, I prefer him over Thompson who can’t stay healthy and seems a bit soft, been out several weeks for a toe???
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    Good point, Reynolds did look like a punishing runner against fourth string defenses. Which is a good reason to keep him on the practice squad. Not a good reason to jettison both a hall of famer and one of the best third down backs in the league.

  5. I really want to root for Guice. He seems to have a lot of heart but he’s just so…fragile. Pretty unfortunate.

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