With training camps across the NFL already hitting the start button, the Los Angeles Rams will be looking to make a few changes, either with their game strategy or roster.

One name that has been tossed around these days is Todd Gurley. The Atlanta Hawks running back played his first five seasons in the NFL with the Rams and a swift reunion could be in order.

But before sentimental fans get all giddy, Rams coach Sean McVay already doused cold water on the sparking rumors (via Heavy).

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“I don’t think that’s something we’re exploring right now, just the veteran route. Todd’s obviously been a huge part of a lot of good things for the Rams. And I know for me personally, I’m very grateful for all the good things that Todd did and what that meant for our team’s success and the leader that he was.”

The possibility of the 26-year-old Gurley jumping back to the Rams became even more pronounced due to the unfortunate season-ending Achilles injury of star running back Cam Akers. Gurley, the 2015 NFL Rookie of the Year could definitely fill the void with his athleticism, speed, and toughness.

Also a two-time All-Pro First Team member, Gurley won't have any trouble fitting right in with quarterback Matthew Stafford and the rest of the Rams.
But Sean McVay was clear that they're not looking into free agency to tap talent to replace Akers.
Last year, Todd Gurley signed a one-year, $5.5 million contract with the Falcons, helping them win 15 games in his maiden stint.