Rams' Gurley misses practice with thigh injury, listed as day-to-day


Todd Gurley didn't practice on Wednesday because of what the Los Angeles Rams are calling a thigh contusion in his left quadriceps.

They had lost quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to a season-ending ACL tear about a month prior, and although the 49ers had kept the score close for the first three losses following that injury, the Rams had completely blown the doors off for that fourth defeat.

This is significant as today, Rams head coach Sean McVay told reporters that Gurley is now day-to-day with a quad injury and didn't practice today. The Rams will defer to Gurley whether he's ready to go.

Gurley has rushed for 270 yards and five touchdowns on 64 carries five games into the season. Gurley, who has dealt with knee issues for quite some time, is now doubtful with a quad injury.

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If Gurley ends up sitting out, the Rams will turn to backup Malcolm Brown and rookie Darrell Henderson to take charge.

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On the Rams side, both running back Todd Gurley and cornerback Aqib Talib didn't practice for the second-straight day.

Though he has been healthy for all five games this season, Gurley has seen his workload cut dramatically thus far in 2019 relative to 2018.