Georgia running back Todd Gurley made a curious decision on his injured knee at the Combine…
The NFL Scouting Combine is underway for draft prospects who are hoping to impress and improve their stock among teams.
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Georgia running back Todd Gurley has gotten off to a slow start since tearing his ACL in the middle of the 2014 college football season, an injury that came almost immediately after returning from a suspension for selling memorabilia with his autograph.
Gurley’s knee does not seem to be up to par right now either, as he refused to let doctors examine it. This may be due to him not wanting to hurt his draft stock and fall out of the first round, which is where he is expected to be drafted.
The former Heisman contender will not be able to participate in the Combine or Georgia’s pro day though as he continues to recover.
Todd Gurley refused to let doctors examine knee at Combine, report says http://t.co/9vdBcRzhaV
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