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IRVINE, Calif. Cheap Patriots Jersey . -- Todd Gurley watched most of his first NFL training camp from the sidelines. He would do a few individual drills on his healing knee while his Rams teammates worked together.Just about everything has changed in the past year for Gurley and the Rams. For starters, their training camp sideline is no longer in the Midwest, and Gurley isnt on it.It just feels good to just be able to be out here, Gurley said after the Rams opening workout of camp at UC Irvine. First day (of last years training camp), I wasnt doing anything. I probably wasnt doing anything until the end of training camp.The second-year running back is in the thick of practice this summer for Los Angeles, with no bigger physical problems than normal fatigue as he works on a worthy sequel to his sensational rookie season.Theres no need for patience with Gurley during this training camp in Orange County, yet the Rams intend to be cautious with the most important piece of their quest to improve the NFLs least productive offense last season.This is Todds first full offseason program, so thats different for him, coach Jeff Fisher said. Hes in great shape right now. (Gurley will get) a few carries here and there during the preseason games. Hes going to get his workload in practice, more so than he will in the games. That just makes sense to us.After Gurleys remarkable success last season, it was easy to forget the risk taken by the Rams when they chose him with the 10th overall pick. The speedy Georgia back tore a ligament in his knee in the previous November, and he wasnt fully recovered from surgery when the draft rolled around.The Rams were patient with Gurley, who couldnt participate much in the Rams 2015 offseason program. He practiced only without pads in the late stages of training camp, and he didnt play until the third game of the regular season.Gurley took off in October with four straight 125-yard games, and he remained a steady contributor until sitting out the season finale. He was named the NFLs offensive rookie of the year with 1,106 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns in 13 games.The guys were able to see what I was able to do last year, Gurley said. So just being able to take (a bigger) role on, and just being able to tell myself `OK, if you do stuff good, the team is going to roll off that. Im just trying to go out there and create as much energy for the whole offense.In camp, Gurley will work on minimizing fumbles -- he only had three on 229 carries -- and improving his pass-catching skills after making just 21 receptions last year.Although Gurley doesnt even turn 22 years old until Wednesday, the Rams already count on him to be a leader, a prolific tailback and a good influence on Jared Goff, the No. 1 pick in the draft. Gurley and the new quarterback have been texting since draft day, building their rapport on and off the field.The Rams clearly intend to run the ball extensively this year. Gurley might also shoulder a larger load of the carries in the absence of Tre Mason, last seasons backup, who has cut off contact with the team after an offseason filled with legal troubles.Los Angeles seems likely to sign another running back to join veteran Benny Cunningham as Gurleys backups, but Gurley is ready to take on most of the work in September if necessary.Obviously, I know were going to run the ball, Gurley said. Im a running back, so if you give me the ball, Ill be happy. Ill just come out here, work hard and whatever they call in the game, Ill be happy with it.Gurley is also settling nicely into his new West Coast home, although his new fans are still getting to know his face and dreadlocks. His national endorsement deal with Carls Jr. is changing that as well.Nobody really knows football players, Gurley said with a grin. I mean, I have gotten a lot of questions like, `Oh, youre that guy from the burger commercial? So thats my name now. 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Lions earlier in the day and flew home later, he was able to concentrate on the difficult task of playing his former team for the first time since he was traded to Edmonton in the off-season. Reilly made the deal look good as he threw for 202 yards and a touchdown as the Edmonton Eskimos beat the B.C. Lions 27-22 on Friday night. "It was kind of a nice setup for me personally, because it was all happening so fast," said Reilly. "It was just all focusing on the game. But now that thats over with, I think the regular season will be much easier." Reilly excelled after a season-ending knee injury to Matt Nichols a week earlier assured him of being Edmontons starting quarterback once the regular season commences. But he did not feel any additional burden knowing that the Eskimos are placing their hopes on him after missing the playoffs last season. "I was going into every week as if I was going to be the starter in the season anyway," said Reilly, a 28-year-old Kennewick, Wash., native who spent two-plus seasons with the Lions. "So thats how I was trying to prepare myself." The Eskimos signal-caller and B.C. counterpart Travis Lulay, close friends during their days with the Lions, matched each other almost yard for yard while playing late into the third quarter. Reilly completed 13-of-18 passes for 202 yards while Lulay went 15 for 26 for 203 yards. Edmonton and B.C. both finished the pre-season with 1-1 records. Ironically, one of Reillys finest moments came on a broken play as he threw 50-yard touchdown pass to Cary Koch in the second quarter. The Edmonton quarterback ran his way out of trouble and then threw a pass along the sidelines to Koch, who held on to the ball while being bowled over by Josh Bell and J.R. LaRose. The TD gave the Eskimos the lead for the first time, at 14-8, and they never trailed again. "One thing about my game is that, at times, I get out of the pocket," said Reilly. "I can run, but I prefer to look down field, because theres usually a play thats potentially going to happen. "Those (receivers) did a great job of understanding that it was staying alive, and it turned to be a big play for us." Reilly and Koch almost connected for another touchdown later in the second quarter, but Bell made aamends for his earlier miscue as he stepped in front of the Edmonton receiver and intercepted the ball.dddddddddddd But Edmonton coach Kavis Reed had few complaints about Reillys performance. "I thought he did a very good job of managing the game," said Reed, adding he also made some nice adjustments. The Edmonton coach praised Reilly for showing professionalism while he was competing for the No. 1 job with Nichols before he was injured against Saskatchewan, and added the former Lion lived up to expectations after he entered the game knowing he was already assured of being the teams starter in the regular season. Lions defensive back Ryan Phillips was also impressed with his former teammate. "I felt like he controlled the game," said Phillips. "He came back with a winning game. He was efficient, he was scrambling around and he made plays. "We gave him opportunities to do that, and he seized the moment. Other than that, Im not going to discredit him at all." Reillys replacement Jonathan Crompton impressed early in the fourth quarter as he threw a 65-yard touchdown strike to Isaiah Sweeney, staking Edmonton to a 27-15 lead. But just two minutes later, Lions rookie S.J. Haidara narrowed the deficit to 27-22 on a spectacular 59-yard touchdown pass from Thomas DeMarco, the heir to Reillys former backup post with the Lions. After catching the ball, Haidara, a 24-year-old rookie out of Laval University, spun away from Edmonton defensive back Mike Miller, then cut back, romped towards the end zone and dove over the goal-line. But DeMarco squandered chances in the late going to get the Lions back in the lead, failing to connect with Elvis Akpla in the end zone on a third-and-five gamble and fumbling on the final play of the game with the Lions again in touchdown range following a 41-yard reception from Haidara. But Reilly was not getting too excited about his effort. "It is still a pre-season game," said Reilly. "Were happy to get the win, but weve got some work to do before the next one." Notes: Hugh ONeill handled B.C.s kicking duties after veteran Paul McCallum sat out with a sore groin, while linebacker Adam Bighill was sidelined with a rib injury. McCallum did not play in either exhibition game after being rested in the first game in Calgary. Centre Angus Reid remained out with a back injury suffered in training camp, leaving Matt Norman to do the hiking for the second consecutive game. ' ' '
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