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How Derrius Guice Jersey is handling the criticism over his character ahead of the NFL Draft

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The reports aren’t citing criminal activity or offseason arrests. They are focused on the maturity, lifestyle and accountability of a kid who holds one of the most inspiring rags-to-riches tales. He’s on the brink of going, literally, from The Bottom to the top.

Guice appreciates the work the 2017 running back class put in to have an immediate impact as rookies last season, including Fournette, the Saints’ Alvin Kamara and the Chiefs’ Kareem Hunt. He can see it trickling down to work in the favor of himself, Penn State’s Saquon Barkley and another deep positional class.

I feel like last year was a good opportunity for the future running backs, Guice said. All of the rookie running backs did a great job last year, letting everybody know again how important it is to have a back who can run the ball and catch it. It’s put more value on the running backs.

The draft represents a new beginning for Guice. But before he embarks on that move to the NFL, he plans to take in the end of his current journey.

It’s going to be a great moment for me and my family. It’s going to be very emotional, Guice said. That’s the part I’m ready for the most 鈥?to Cedric Ogbuehi Authentic Jersey finally know that all the hard work and all the sacrifices have finally paid off and I’ve finally made it.

First-time NFL general managers who ultimately get fired always have a long list of things they would do different if given a second chance. That applies to Ryan Grigson.

He made the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft (quarterback Andrew Luck) for the Colts. Seven years later, Grigson is out of the league and will be watching this week’s selection process on TV.

Joe Schobert Womens Jersey In his first interview since he was fired by the Colts in January 2017, Grigson said he is most proud of the 52-34 record Indianapolis posted while he was at the helm. Grigson also has spent plenty of time reflecting on the mistakes that led to his ousting. While a number of his roster moves failed to make the impact hoped, Grigson believes his biggest error did not come from personnel decisions, but rather his shortcomings as a person.

Among them: Grigson’s relationship with coach Chuck Pagano became so toxic that team owner Jim Irsay unsuccessfully hired counselors to try and mend fences between the two. Grigson also was criticized by some inside the organization for his gruff manner.