On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Rams unveiled their new uniform designs and they did not get good reviews.
Former Houston Texans WR Jaelen Strong took to Twitter and tagged Todd Gurley when he said: “Damn bro @TG3II look like you dodged a bullet.”
Gurley replied with several laughing emojis.
Gurley, who was recently released by the Rams, has not been on good terms with the franchise during his departure. Most notable, he has publicly stated multiple times that the team owes him money and has demanded it be paid to him by June 1st.
“I still ain’t got my money, so it’s really, forgets the Rams right now. I don’t even care about them,” Gurley said, via Rams Wire. “I told my ex-teammates that they can’t even text me or call me until I get my money. As soon as I get my money, then I’ll be cool with everybody else.”
Gurley doesn’t plan on filing for grievance like his teammate Clay Matthews did, but that’s only because it would probably take even longer to get his money due to the coronavirus.
“The thing is, right now the grievances are on hold. So the team would have to set that meeting up. So they’ve kind of got the upper-hand right now because they know all this COVID stuff is going on,” he said. “It wouldn’t make sense for me to file a grievance because this spring case won’t get heard until next spring and once you file a grievance, it puts everything on hold, so it doesn’t even make sense for me to file a grievance right now.”