"I'm good. If there was an issue with my knee it would be on the injury report," Gurley said. "I'm at practice I'm playing."
As Gurley said, he has not been on the injury report. Teammates said they fully expect Gurley to have a bounce back game in Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3 against the New England Patriots, but Gurley even downplayed that. Head coach Sean McVay said he had to do a better job of getting Gurley more involved in the offense when they face the Patriots.
"We got the win that's all that matters," Gurley said. "I could not play one snap. I don't care if [long snapper] Jake McQuaide is the Super bowl MVP. I got one more game left.
"Y'all can call me hurt or whatever. We are going to the Super Bowl. It's not about me. This sport has never been about me, or one player. Todd only is going to be with the Rams so much longer. There is going to be another dude that comes in just like me. This whole game is bigger than me. It's not just about me. Why is Todd not getting the ball? Because there's only one football and it's 11 guys."