Rams Rule Out Todd Gurley For Week 6

Todd Gurley‘s quadriceps issue will keep him out of the Rams’ Week 6 game against the 49ers, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com tweets. The team previously listed the All-Pro running back as doubtful.

This will keep a key Rams weapon off the field for a pivotal NFC West matchup. Gurley had played in each of the Rams’ five games, and although his usage rate and yardage numbers are down, the two-time first-team All-Pro had scored five touchdowns.

Malcolm Brown stands to start for Los Angeles in its home tilt, with rookie Darrell Henderson seeing additional time. Henderson has only played two offensive snaps this season, receiving one carry. The Rams matched the Lions’ RFA offer sheet submitted to Brown this offseason and have given him 26 carries through five games. While Brown’s operated as Gurley’s backup, he has a team-high (among running backs) 4.4 yards-per-carry average and two TDs.

Gurley’s knee resided as one of this year’s top talking points. That issue may or may not be impacting the fifth-year running back’s workload, but it’s a thigh contusion that has interrupted Gurley’s 2019 instead.

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4 comments on “Rams Rule Out Todd Gurley For Week 6

  1. Tazza

    Time to just cut ties and try trade Gurley
    The rams need to try win now and Gurleys big deal and injury is a problem for the Rams

    • Only a contender would want Gurley in a trade. Do you really want to trade Gurley to another contender?

      • Tazza

        Why would only a contender want him? He could be good for a lot of teams

        I know it would never ever happen but what if you traded Gurley and a pick for LeVeon Bell.

        • Phattey

          You’d have a better chance at finenessing Bill O’Brien out of two first round picks for Todd gurley lmao

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