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Feeling good before camp
Coach Sean McVay said Gurley (knee) is feeling great and has earned the right to scale back his offseason workload, NFL.com's Kevin Patra reports. "I think he's earned the right to be able to have the plan that we had this offseason," McVay said. "Can't wait to get him back going. I know he's ready to go and it's going to be fun for the Rams this year."
Won't change running style
Suspended four games
Fighting for roster spot
Fine-tuning game heading into 2019
Working with starters again
Not worried about contract
Woods is confident he will eventually receive a contract to match his performance, Gary Klein of The Los Angeles Times reports. "I go out and compete every single day, and work to be the best," Woods said. "And I just think my play will show it all. I feel like I will get what I deserve."
Left on bubble
Could lose starting job
Dealing with arthritic component
Gurley's trainer Travelle Gaines said the running back has an "arthritic component to his knee" but should be fine for the 2019 season, Dave Richard of CBS Sports reports. "Everybody knew when Todd came out of Georgia that there would be some kind of arthritic component to his knee, which is part of every surgery whether it's a shoulder, a knee, an ankle," Gaines said. "He's now at the year-five mark, all we're doing is managing that."
Stands out at offseason program
Everett made a strong impression throughout the offseason program, including an emphasis on improving as a blocker, Clarence Dennis of the Rams' official website reports. "I think the game's slowing down for [Everett]," coach Sean McVay said. "He's playing with some patience, he's got great aggressive hands where he can step to the football. I think you're just seeing a guy gain confidence, gain experience."
Expects to be ready for camp
Lands extension with Rams
Appears in team drills
Not partaking in OTA drills
Gurley (knee) has been at the team facility, but coach Sean McVay said Tuesday that the running back hasn't participated in team drills and is instead going through a different plan the team has come up with for his workouts, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports.
Goes through individual drills
Joins brother in L.A.
Heading to Los Angeles
Re-signs with Rams
Signing with Rams
Joined by rookie third-round pick
Coach Sean McVay denied that the Rams' selection of running back Darrell Henderson was tied to Gurley's knee issues, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. "This had to do with [Henderson's] skill set," McVay said. "He was a player that we identified as a unique playmaker."
Lands in Los Angeles