The injury ends Guice's season before it started. and puts the Redskins run game right back where it ended.
According to a report Friday from Albert Breer of The MMQB, Brady's reworked deal with the New England Patriots includes five separate performance-based incentives based on passer rating, passing yards, passing touchdowns, yards per attempt and completion percentage.
Selected in the second round of this year's draft, former LSU standout Guice went down awkwardly as he was tackled from behind on an impressive 34-yard scamper negated by a holding penalty. He had suffered a hyperextended knee (yes, the same knee) at LSU but opted against surgery, also per Rapoport.
Several scouts had questioned Guice's durability going into the draft.
In a statement, the Redskins said Guice was expected to make a full recovery and looked forward to playing in 2019.
Still, Guice's injury continues the streak of bad luck for the organization.
Guice wasn't the only player injured in Thursday's preseason opener, either. He has two years remaining on his contract. Tight end Manasseh Garner suffered a torn ACL, while wide receiver Trey Quinn (stomach) and defensive end Matt Ioannidis (leg) were also hurt.