The Los Angeles Rams’ backfield appears to be at full strength heading into Saturday night’s matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.
Rams’ star running back Todd Gurley was dealing with a knee injury toward the end of the regular season.
Gurley, an All-Pro candidate, is officially good to go for Saturday night.
The Rams have removed Gurley from their injury report.
“Rams’ RB Todd Gurley is off the team’s weekly injury report and good to go Saturday night vs Dallas,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted.
Rams’ RB Todd Gurley is off the team’s weekly injury report and good to go Saturday night vs Dallas.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 10, 2019
Rams’ head coach Sean McVay was optimistic about Gurley heading into the week.
“We anticipate (Gurley and Lamarcus Joyner) being full participants when we get back on Tuesday,” McVay said last Sunday. “Todd’s good, he’s feeling good. We had a little bit of a walk-thru/jog-thru today, and he’s been in good spirits. So I would anticipate that he would be ready to practice and be good to go this week.”
Saturday night’s game pits two of the NFL’s best running backs against each other in Gurley and Ezekiel Elliott.
The Cowboys and the Rams are set to kick off at 8:15 p.m. E.T.
The game will be on FOX.