Todd Gurley's left knee was the subject of much debate before the Super Bowl. . . and after the Super Bowl. The running back and the Rams have always insisted that Gurley rest his knee in the last two games because of the inflammation and the 100% rules for the playoffs.
He was not listed in the injury report before the NFC championship game or the Super Bowl. Still, Gurley only touched 16 touchdowns for 47 yards and one touchdown in both games.
C.J. Anderson, who was replacing Gurley before the 16th week, was questioned about Tuesday's Undisputed about Gurley's suffering on arrival in Los Angeles.
"He was hurt more than we thought," said Anderson, via United States today. "The injury was a little more than everyone thought in the building, including himself."
Anderson said that he thought Gurley had a sprained knee.
"Yeah, he never really told me," says Anderson. "It was hard. I would say sprained knee. Obviously, it's the same knee injury in his career. Obviously, I had a meniscus surgery and once you have a knee [injury], you always have one knee [injury]. So it gets worse, and though he had a lot of contacts earlier in the year – it is obvious that he is one of the best backs, that was probably the case. "