After being held out of team drills during the offseason, RB Todd Gurley participated. After practice, he had a request for reporters who have asked Gurley, coach Sean McVay, and even quarterback Jared Goff aboutt Gurley’s knee.
“Y’all have got to stop putting this bad energy in my knee, man,”Gurley said. Just let it be. It’s good. Just out here doing what I do. Obviously, I’m about to go do some recovery after this and just get ready for the next day. I’m not eager doing this,” Gurley said. “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.”
Gurley just wasn't having it
“I don’t entertain stuff,” he said. “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.”