Todd Gurley hasn't officially retired
Todd Gurley never formally
retired from football, even though he hasn't played in an NFL game since the 2020 campaign while playing for the Atlanta Falcons.
He may have left himself
open to returning if a team
signed him, but he has no
desire in doing so.
Although he hasn't officially retired, Gurley informed Andrew Siciliano during a Thursday appearance on NFL Network that he's through playing.
Gurley responded when
Siciliano indicated that his
Twitter activity might be a
sign that he is "calling it quits," saying, "I don't believe there's
any question about that one."
Later, Siciliano questioned
whether Gurley had been terminated, to which the RB
said, "Yeah, most definitely."
Gurley will therefore not put
on the uniform for the game
even though he hasn't submitted his retirement paperwork.
Gurley was among the top
running backs in the NFL from 2015 to 2018. Twice, he was
the NFL's leading scorer.
Earned the 2015 and 2017 offensive awards for rookie
and player, respectively.
His performance declined in
2019, and the Rams ultimately released him prior to the 2020 season.
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