Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay said Thursday that Todd Gurley's left knee hasn't just bothered the star running back recently.
Gurley's knee also was an issue after a season-opening victory over the Oakland Raiders, when Gurley rushed for 108 yards and caught three passes for 39 yards and a touchdown.
"It was a similar situation," McVay said.
Gurley said Thursday that he, "Felt like s—" after the Monday night game in Week 1.
"It was bad," Gurley said. "I was contemplating on giving the Rams back their money and everything. It was bad. It was real bad."
Before the season, the Rams awarded Gurley, the defending NFL Offensive Player of the Year, a four-year extension worth $60 million, with $45 million guaranteed, to make him the highest-paid running back in NFL history.