Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports
The Washington Football Team announced Friday evening that they have released former LSU running back Derrius Guice after he was arrested on domestic violence charges. Per ESPN:
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According to the Loudoun County Sheriff's office, the charges stemmed from three separate domestic violence-related incidents earlier this year -- on Feb. 14, March 13 and April 17 -- at Guice's home in Ashburn, Va. The incidents were first reported to the Montgomery Police Department in Maryland, where the victim lives. The sheriff's office was made aware of the allegations on July 22. It investigated the incidents in coordination with the Montgomery County Police Department.

Guice was charged with one count of strangulation as well as three counts of assault and battery. He also was charged with one count of destruction of property. Guice turned himself in late Friday afternoon; he was handcuffed before entering the Loudoun Adult Detention Center. Guice later was released on a $10,000 uninsured bond.

Before the 2018 NFL draft, there were anonymous reports questioning Guice's character. Many in his background, from high school to college coaches, said those fears were misplaced. Although some teams took him off the board, whether for injury or character concerns, Washington drafted him in the second round.
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64 Comments
Let’s this play out people. Ask Ed Ingram.
Reply1 month
You cannot beat up your girlfriend. Period. These just can't stay away from the bad girls.
Reply1 month
You cannot beat up your girlfriend. Period. These just can't stay away from the bad girls.
Reply1 month
The 49ers will pick him up. It’ll be like an even trade for Reuben Foster.
Reply1 month
Worst Valentine's Day present ever.
Reply1 month
So, from this, there are 3 separate incidents, which happened in February, March, and April, but the police only became aware of the incidents on July 22. I would let this play out in the legal system before passing judgment.
Reply1 month
"one count of strangulation as well as three counts of assault and battery" this is not how you social distance
Reply1 month
Three months in a row, the same week each month, like a cycle or something.
Reply1 month
Trash
Reply1 month
Lol what a freaking idiot. So dam stupid
Reply1 month
Thought he was a bigger man than that! Can only hope he seeks the proper treatment going forward.
Reply1 month
treatment?
1 month
Saints go marching in
Reply1 month
Please...domestic violence is a badge of honor in the NFL. He will be back on a roster in no time
Reply1 month
Be serious guy
1 month
When a b*tch pisses you off, just leave. Get in your car and leave. The argument is not worth throwing your life away.
Reply1 month
Atleast blaze a J.
1 month
Between his knee and beating women, he is done
Reply1 month
s2
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oh my goodness. i hope he seeks guidance and is able to turn this around. not some liberal anger management psychotic BS but real heart felt soul searching wisdom. God bless him going forward.
Reply1 month
“Heartfelt soul searching wisdom”?! Faggiest thing I’ve read on TD this year
1 month
God bless him? What about his victim? That’s part of this country’s problem today. Stop siding with the piece of shite regardless of what he does or who he played for.
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KCT
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Beating up women is bull shite. I always liked him, but turns out he was just one more dindu.
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Meh. He’ll be on the Pats, Bucs, or Seahawks the moment his suspension is up. Might be this year, but for sure next year. He’s not “done” by any means. I’m not trying to make light of this incidenr just saying NFL execs have a short mind when it comes to talent.
Reply1 month
It that you Ray Rice?
1 month
BLM!!
Reply1 month
Dude, I thought you were better than that...
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