Report: Guice got into shouting match during visit with Eagles
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Former LSU running back Derrius Guice, who was drafted 59th overall by the Washington Redskins on Friday, got into a shouting match during his pre-draft visit with the Philadelphia Eagles, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Saturday while on the air.

Rapoport added that a source told him the Guice visit was the worst meeting the Eagles had ever had with a player.

Guice denied he was involved in any sort of altercation with the Eagles after he was selected by the Redskins. Washington head coach Jay Gruden also said he was not aware of any incident with the Eagles.

Eagles vice president of football operations Howie Roseman also said there was no altercation with Guice, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane.

Related - Guice on fall to pick No. 59: 'I didn't understand why me'

Character concerns presumably played a role in Guice falling to the late stages of the second round. He was billed as a potential first-round pick coming into the draft.

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Report: Guice got into shouting match during visit with Eagles
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