THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Los Angeles Rams working again Todd Gurley is taken into account day-to-day as a result of of inflammation in his knee, coach Sean McVay stated Monday.

Gurley was sidelined for a sequence in the third quarter of Sunday night time’s 30-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

After the sport, Gurley stated, “I returned, so I used to be effective.” He rushed for 48 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries and caught 10 passes for 76 yards.

The Rams (11-Three) have clinched the NFC West, however have two regular-season video games remaining in opposition to the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers.

Regardless of a secured playoff berth, McVay stated the ultimate two video games remained necessary and that he would favor that Gurley play, if he was accessible.

“If he is in a position to go, we would like him to have the option to go,” McVay stated. “But when it is one thing that whether or not you are enjoying for the playoffs or whether or not you are not, we’re all the time going to be sensible with a participant like Todd.”

Gurley ranks second in the NFL with 89.four dashing yards per sport and has scored a league-high 21 touchdowns.

Backup working again Justin Davis, who changed Malcolm Brown after he was positioned on injured reserve, is also day-to-day as a result of of a shoulder harm.

On Monday, McVay additionally addressed a video that circulated the Web that confirmed cornerback Marcus Peters strategy followers on the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum throughout Sunday’s sport.

Within the 28-second clip, Peters is proven leaving the sideline to confront a fan. Utilizing profanity, Peters repeatedly requested the fan the place he was from earlier than Rams personnel and security John Johnson III escorted Peters again to the sideline.

It’s unclear what the fan stated to provoke Peters.

“I noticed the video, bought an opportunity to speak to Marcus,” McVay stated. “He is aware of that we have to be higher in these conditions.”

McVay stated he was assured if the same scenario arises in the longer term that will probably be dealt with in another way.

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