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Rams' Todd Gurley: Fifth-year option picked up
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The Rams have picked up Gurley's fifth-year contract option, USA Today reports.

The running back is thus under contract with the team through the 2019 season. Keeping Gurley around was a no-brainer for the Rams, following a stellar 2017 campaign in which the 23-year-old carried 279 times for 1,305 yards and 13 TDs while adding 64 catches for 788 yards and six receiving scores in 15 games. The 2015 first-rounder heads into the coming season as the Rams' undisputed top running back and one of the elite fantasy options at his position. Heading into the draft, Gurley's top backups are Malcolm Brown and Justin Davis, neither of whom presents a major threat to his workload.

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Rams' Todd Gurley: Totals 101 rushing yards in loss
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Gurley rushed 14 times for 101 yards and caught four passes for another 10 yards during Saturday's 26-13 loss to Atlanta in the wild-card round.

Gurley joined historic company this season by leading the NFL in yards from scrimmage and total touchdowns, and while he struggled to get going early Saturday, his numbers at the conclusion of the game were up to his usual standard. Unfortunately, Los Angeles turned the ball over twice on special-team returns in the first quarter, and it put the offense in a tough spot. While the Rams stuck around until late in the fourth quarter, those turnovers proved to be too much to overcome, and Gurley handling just 14 carries certainly wasn't in head coach Sean McVay's gameplan.

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Rams' Todd Gurley: Won't play Week 17
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Gurley will be held out for Sunday's regular-season finale against the 49ers, Rich Hammond of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

With his team destined for either the No. 3 or 4 slot in the NFC, head coach Sean McVay determined that keeping his stars healthy is more important than the minor difference in seeding. He might've decided otherwise if Carson Wentz (knee) were still healthy, as the No. 3 seed can't face the No. 1 seed in the divisional round. In any case, Malcolm Brown figures to lead the Rams backfield this weekend, with Lance Dunbar, Tavon Austin and Justin Davis also candidates to get work. While MVP voters won't explicitly hold this against Gurley, it probably wouldn't have hurt his case to face a San Francisco defense that he ripped for 149 scrimmage yards and three touchdowns back in Week 3. The same performance in Week 17 would've vaulted him into the top 20 of the single-season scrimmage yards list and the top 15 for the single-season touchdowns list.

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Rams' Todd Gurley: Could sit out Week 17 for rest
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Rams head coach Sean McVay suggested Tuesday that Gurley and several other key starters could be rested for the regular-season finale Sunday against the 49ers, Alden Gonzalez of reports.

Regardless of the outcome of Sunday's game, the Rams will finish the regular season as the NFC's No. 3 or 4 seed, which grants the team a first-round home playoff game in either scenario. Competing for the No. 3 spot isn't as important of a priority for McVay as keeping the Rams' core contributors healthy for the postseason, so it appears Gurley's run of late-season dominance will come to an end Week 17. Even if active Sunday, Gurley, who led many fantasy owners to championships with eight touchdowns and 591 yards from scrimmage over the past three weeks, will likely only see limited snaps. That would presumably pave the way for Malcolm Brown to act as the team's lead back against San Francisco, with Lance Dunbar and Justin Davis likely working in change-of-pace roles.

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Rams' Todd Gurley: Tops 270 scrimmage yards with two TD catches
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Gurley rushed 22 times for 118 yards and added 10 catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns on 13 targets in Sunday's 27-23 win over the Titans.

The Gurley from his first two years would likely have struggled against Tennessee's third-ranked run defense, but his improvement as a receiver out of the backfield allowed the third-year running back to thrive against the Titans' 25th-ranked pass defense. He found pay dirt on a three-yard catch in the first quarter and scored again on an 80-yard screen pass in the second. Gurley's jump from zero receiving touchdowns in his first two years to six this season is a big factor behind his team's 11-4 record and NFC West crown.

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2015St. Louis Rams131222911064.871101145
2016 16162788853.2246248
2017Los Angeles Rams151527913054.75713866
2015St. Louis Rams1312211889.0310208
2016 1616433277.63305015
2017Los Angeles Rams15156478812.380612432
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2016 1622.000000.0000
2017Los Angeles Rams1500.000000.0000
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2016 1621010010
2017Los Angeles Rams1552010010
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