The jury is still out.
On Monday, Rams coach Jeff Fisher did not confirm whether the No. 10 overall draft pick would see the field in Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. Gurley, who is recovering from a season-ending ACL surgery that he sustained last November at Georgia, has been a full participant in practice since last week.
"As far as Todd is concerned, I thought the workout was outstanding (before the game Sunday), so we're going to continue to build his reps this week," Fisher said, via The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "He'll be a week-to-week and might be a game-time decision. That's how that'll go."
Prior to Monday night's game, the Rams ranked 26th in rushing. Fisher said the lack of production out of the backfield would not influence Gurley's timetable.
"Todd's going to play when he's ready to play. It's a non-factor. I've been saying this since he got here: When he's ready, he's going to play, regardless of what's happening around him. But he is getting closer."