Todd Gurley is one of several key Los Angeles Rams players standing in line for a contract extension.
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Based upon his three NFL seasons, Gurley would be justified if he started clamoring for a new deal considering the running back already has outplayed his 2015 rookie contract. Gurley led the NFL in touchdowns (19) and total yards (2,093) last season while being effectively utilized in the passing game by new head coach Gorgui Dieng Authentic Jersey Sean McVay.
Adam Gase, Miami’s head coach, used to serve as Anderson’s offensive coordinator in Denver. And the Dolphins’ new running backs coach, Eric Studesville, used to hold the same position with the Broncos. The 27-year-old veteran is coming off the first 1,000-yard season of his career. He spoke with KUSA-TV’s Mike Klis about his time in Denver: Anderson joined the Broncos as an undrafted free agent out of California in 2013.
He emerged as the team’s starter midway through the 2014 season and held that position – when healthy – over the last three seasons. During his five years in Denver, Anderson rushed 693 times for 3,051 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also hauled in 103 receptions for 859 yards and four more scores. Anderson is entering his sixth season in the NFL. MORE: Patrick Reed continues wearing green jacket everywhere, including Rockets game Why the Panthers should avoid a WR in the first round Bears listed as potential landing spot for Dez Bryant PFL roster: Six of these 72 will be millionaires by end of year Raiders’ 3 biggest needs before training camp
The Eagles opened their 2018 OTAs on Monday at the NovaCare Complex in Philadelphia, Pa., and despite plenty of rumors that he might be traded, quarterback Nick Foles is still on the roster.
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Speaking to KVUE, a Texas TV station, Foles sounded like a player who wouldn’t mind a trade that allowed him the chance to play — and not be a backup — next season.