Gurley Taking Things One Day at a Time in OTAs

The Rams ushered in Phase III the offseason program earlier this week by holding the first two of ten, organized team activities. 

For Los Angeles — in Year 2 under head coach Sean McVay — the sessions will be important for improving upon the foundation set by the franchise last season. After implementing the top offense in the league, the Rams focus in 2018 will be on perfecting that system.

Check out photos from day one of the Los Angeles Rams OTA.

And according to running back Todd Gurley, that goal can only be accomplished through daily development. 

"It's the same approach," Gurley said Monday. "It's Day 1 for us. Take it one day at a time and let the rest take care of itself."

The Pro Bowl running back is coming off of his best season yet, after recording 2,093 yards from scrimmage and 19 touchdowns. And after a season of such high production, the Georgia product is focused on improving the little things to keep his game at an elite level.

"Just to get better everyday," he said of his personal goals this offseason. "Trying to find little things, watch the film to see what we can get better at, and then just kind of take it from there."

Plus, with several new additions on the team's defense, Gurley will get the chance to hone his game against some of the best.

"We got some great additions on the defense and guys are still learning also," he said. "It's still Day 1, there's a lot of things [they] can get better at and a lot of things we can get better at."

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