Gurley has arthritis in his left knee, a source has told Jeff Howe of The Athletic.
This comes on top of coach Sean McVay saying Friday his star running back may research stem cell treatment as an option to help the problematic left knee. At this point, surgery doesn't seem to be in the cards for Gurley, but it's definitely a problem and explains his modest usage of 30 total carries during the team's three playoff games, all of which were close enough where the early season version of Gurley would have been used significantly more. The health of Gurley's knee and possible treatment options will likely be a story the entire offseason. Mar 02 6:07 pm (EST)
- Gurley may research stem cell treatment as an option to help his problematic left knee, John Breech of CBS Sports reports. "As far as the stem cells, that's not something that's been communicated to me, but there is a program," Rams coach Sean McVay said. "We've got these doctors and there's always new methods of staying as up-to-date as you can, and number one, the player has to feel good about it. Todd does such a good job of doing his own research and knowing what are the things [he] can do."
- Coach Sean McVay maintained Thursday that Gurley (knee) was healthy during the Rams' Super Bowl loss to the Patriots and blamed himself for not getting the back as involved as he could have been, Mike Jones of USA Today reports.
- C.J. Anderson believes Gurley's late-season knee injury was "a little bit more than what everybody in the building thought, including himself," Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. "I would say sprained knee," Anderson said. "Obviously, it's the same knee injury he's had before in his career. Obviously I had surgery on my meniscus and once you have a knee, you always have a knee." All Todd Gurley News
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