Todd Gurley puts paid to his NFL career © Image:msn
Fans of Todd Gurley have been informed of what they already knew deep down. There won't be a return.
The two-time All-Pro running back told NFL Network's Andrew Siciliano that he has no intentions to play football again,
even though he hasn't formally announced his retirement.
Gurley has been posting tweets over the last week in which he expresses gratitude to current and former NFL players for their contributions to the game, raising questions about hi
The 28-year-old, who identified himself as a "alpha guy," insisted that there was no hidden agenda.
Before the St. Louis Rams selected Todd Gurley in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Georgia Bulldog was a two-time All-SEC performer.
He rushed for more over 1000 yards and scored 10 touchdowns in his debut season, earning Offensive Rookie of the Year honours.
He greatly developed under Sean McVay, leading the league in running in 2017 and 2018, and earning visits to the All-Pro game both years.
He suffered from injuries in the years that followed, and in 2020,
after running the ball only 195 times for 678 yards and nine touchdowns, he was dealt to the Atlanta Falcons.
Gurley gave a cryptic answer in response to Siciliano's query, saying, "I don't think there's any doubt about that one."Siciliano asked him once again whether
Gurley's response, "Yeah, most absolutely," removed all room for interpretation.