Bryce Love

Bryce Love Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'9" / 205 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
July 8, 1997 (23)
1st Season
2019 / Rd. 4 / Pk. 112 (WAS)

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Bryce Love News

Bryce Love To Open Season On PUP

Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said that rookie running back Bryce Love (knee) will open the year on the Physically Unable to Perform list. It's shaping up to be a "redshirt year" for Love, whose senior season at Stanford ended with a torn ACL. There's upside in Love down the road in future seasons, but he'll also have to contend with Derrius Guice in Washington's backfield. As it stands now, Guice, Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson figure to split the touches in this dysfunctional offense in 2019. Love is strictly a dynasty league hold.

Aug. 26th • 3:10 PM
Bryce Love Unlikely To Be Ready For Start Of Season

Washington Redskins rookie running back Bryce Love (knee) isn't expected to be ready to play at the start of the NFL season. Love put up decent numbers at Stanford after replacing Christian McCaffrey, but he never lived up to some of the early hype about his college career, and he enters the NFL in an unsettled Washington backfield that has veteran Adrian Peterson, second-year back Derrius Guice -- who missed all of last year with a knee injury -- and receiving back Chris Thompson. Love shouldn't be on your re-draft radar at this point, as any production he has in 2019 is likely to come in limited quantities in the latter stages of the season.

Jun. 28th • 2:21 PM
Redskins Draft Bryce Love As Derrius Guice Insurance

The Washington Redskins drafted Stanford running back Bryce Love in the fourth round on Saturday. He was a Heisman Trophy finalist two years ago but suffered an ACL tear in 2018 and could begin his rookie season on the Physically Unable to Perform list. Derrius Guice was drafted in the second round in 2018 and missed all of the season with a torn ACL of his own. Washington also has veteran Adrian Peterson, Chris Thompson, Samaje Perine and Byron Marshall. Love could be a natural replacement for Thompson in 2020. Guice was ahead of schedule in his offseason recovery, but he might now be a question mark for training camp. Love won't have redraft appeal in 2019, and Guice's status being in doubt makes him a risky option as well.

May. 1st • 2:45 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Dwayne Haskins Jr.
Kyle Allen
RB Derrius Guice
Adrian Peterson
LWR Terry McLaurin
Kelvin Harmon
RWR Steven Sims Jr.
Trey Quinn
SWR Antonio Gandy-Golden
Cody Latimer
TE Jeremy Sprinkle
Logan Thomas
LT Cornelius Lucas III
Geron Christian Sr.
LG Wes Schweitzer
Saahdiq Charles
C Chase Roullier
Ross Pierschbacher
RG Brandon Scherff
Wes Martin
RT Morgan Moses
Timon Parris
LDE Montez Sweat
Jordan Brailford
LDT Daron Payne
Tim Settle
RDT Jonathan Allen
Matt Ioannidis
RDE Ryan Kerrigan
Ryan Anderson
LOLB Chase Young
Josh Harvey-Clemons
MLB Thomas Davis Sr.
Jon Bostic
ROLB Cole Holcomb
Khaleke Hudson
LCB Fabian Moreau
Ronald Darby
SS Landon Collins
Jeremy Reaves
FS Sean Davis
Deshazor Everett
RCB Kendall Fuller
Aaron Colvin
NB Jimmy Moreland
Greg Stroman
K Dustin Hopkins