Washington Redskins’ Derrius Guice wants second opinion on knee injury

Washington Redskins running Derrius Guice will look for a second opinion.
Guice will consult Dr. James Andrews who has functioned as part of the Redskins’ medical staff and is currently well known to the 22-year-old, following a torn anterior cruciate ligament injury in 2018 which ended Guice’s rookie year.
Guice abandoned the Week 1 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles after gaining 18 yards on 10 carries, but Guice has chosen to look for another opinion, if his knee neglected to improve this week.
It’s been reported Andrews could cut the meniscus a surgical procedure with a likely recovery period of four to fourteen days, at Guice knee.
Without Guice Adrian Peterson is expected to take more of the load.
He was a healthy scratch in Philadelphia a week, but Redskins head coach Jay Gruden insisted he was confident Peterson will be ready to perform with when his number is predicted.
Washington’s offensive line struggled against Philadelphia, but the Eagles have an exceptional front four and has been one of seven defences last season to limit opponents to under 100 yards rushing per game (96.9).