Coming out of college at Georgia in 2015, star RB Todd Gurley was recovering from a torn ACL that ended his junior season prematurely.
Though he didn’t suffer anything as serious this past year with the Los Angeles Rams, there’s still plenty of speculation about an apparent injury that limited his effectiveness in the playoffs, including a Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots.
Many are wondering if Gurley will be at full strength for the 2019 season, but during his press conference on Tuesday, he said he’s not worried about the knee (via Pro Football Talk):
“I had bigger problems to worry about coming out of college. This is small,” Gurley said.
Gurley ran for 1,251 yards and 17 touchdowns, adding 580 receiving yards and four touchdowns, during the 2018 season.
How he fares in 2019 will be something that is closely watched by NFL fans everywhere.