Los Angeles Rams Running back Todd Gurley reported Monday for the first day of the Los Angeles Rams’ voluntary workout program prepared to answer numerous questions about the status of his left knee.
Gurley was swarmed by reporters where he answered a whole slew of questions regarding the status of his knee.
“It’s feeling pretty good,” Gurley said. “Taking it day by day. All I need to worry about is how I’m feeling right now. I don’t know how I’m going to be feeling six months from now. So like I said, just kind of keep working hard, doing what I’ve been doing these past couple of years.”
Gurley also shot down the reports that he has arthritis.
“I mean, all I can focus on is how I’m doing right now,” Gurley said. “Feeling pretty good, like I said, taking it day by day and just trying to get better, get ready for the next season.”
Rams coach Sean McVay said Monday that Gurley, who last July signed a four-year, $60 million extension, would remain a central part of the offense.
“Todd has shown that he is capable of carrying the workload,” McVay said of Gurley, who has rushed for more than 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons. “Todd is a guy that’s been a focal point of this offense. He’s going to continue to be.”
Something still doesn’t add up with his injury in last year’s playoffs.
Who knows what would have happened in the Superbowl with a healthy Todd Gurley.
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