Derrius Guice’s fall in the NFL Draft has been the story of the broadcast for each of the first two rounds, but he finally found a home with the Redskins at pick No. 59.
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NFL Media gave a reason as to why he slipped during the broadcast.

Daeshon Hall Game Jersey Guice apparently had a couple of off-field incidents that went unreported when he was at LSU. He was also described as high maintenance and immature.

Yes, I still bunt, Gregorius said.

Try to stay consistent, he added. I do have a lot of home runs, but it’s not like I’m going out there trying to hit them. I’m not the power guy.
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Austin is awaiting word on his appeal of a suspension for charging the mound during an April 11 brawl with Boston. Still eligible to play until then, the rookie homered in the third to give New York a 5-2 lead and later doubled.

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Maccagnan’s manner has been embraced by Jets ownership. But as well-liked and respected as he is, Thursday’s first round of the NFL draft represents a critical pressure point in Maccagnan’s tenure as Jets general manager, which is entering its fourth season.

Maccagnan cannot miss with whichever quarterback he selects with the third overall pick in this draft and survive to pick another one.

Not counting his 2015 fourth-round selection of Bryce Petty, Maccagnan already is 0-for-1 at drafting quarterbacks high 鈥?picking Christian Hackenberg in the second round of the 2016 draft, a choice that was not universally embraced inside the Jets’ building.

If Maccagnan’s next pick 鈥?whether it’s USC’s Sam Darnold, Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield, UCLA’s Josh Rosen or whomever 鈥?doesn’t become the franchise quarterback the Jets are so starved to find, owners Woody and Chris Johnson will have no recourse but to fire him.

Hackenberg, as no Jets fan needs to be reminded, has not played a single snap in his two NFL seasons and, barring a miracle, he’ll soon be released from the organization having never played a single down.