Sufficient is sufficient about Todd Gurley’s knee.
The Rams working again spoke to reporters after Saturday’s apply, and was requested if he was completely satisfied to be at coaching camp, the place he was certain to face questions on his knee after avoiding the topic as a lot as attainable this offseason.
“No, I don’t think anyone looks forward to training camp,” Gurley stated, by way of ProFootballTalk. “But, it’s cool to be around the boys. Haven’t seen those guys in a long time, so just being out here and hanging with those guys is cool.”
Because the elephant within the room got here into focus, Gurley stated he would like if individuals cease hassling him and his squad about his harm.
“Y’all have got to stop putting this bad energy in my knee, man. Just let it be,” he stated. “I’m not eager doing this. I don’t have to prove anything to nobody. I have been doing this for years now. So, it’s the same stuff every year.”
Whereas Gurley understands the media has a job to do by reporting on his standing, he is grow to be pissed off by fixed badgering about his knee.
“I don’t entertain stuff,” he stated. “When you entertain stuff that’s when you start letting stuff get to you, you start being emotional. And it’s the Internet, right? How serious can you take the Internet? I mean for some people it’s their job. I mean, let them do their job. You do your job. My job is to play football. Your job is to write and report. So, I don’t take it anyway. I don’t feel no way about it. You’ve got to have a story, you’ve got to have something to talk about. It’s the offseason so it is what it is.”
Gurley, 24, missed the Rams’ ultimate two regular-season video games with knee irritation final season however was anticipated to be wholesome for the postseason. Nevertheless, he did not have many touches within the NFC title sport and performed a restricted position within the Tremendous Bowl, which triggered many to invest whether or not he had absolutely recovered from his harm.
He completed with 1,251 speeding yards and 17 touchdowns final season after changing into the highest-paid working again within the NFL in April 2018.