Todd Gurley upset Rams still haven’t paid him, tells ex-teammates to not text him until he gets his money

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Los Angeles Ramsnor does he. “data-reactid =” 16 “> Todd Gurley will not be silent about guaranteed money that the Los Angeles Rams owe him, and neither will he.

The Rams would do better to pay for it and stop some bad headlines, which are not good for the organization. It’s not that owner Stan Kroenke doesn’t have the money.

Gurley and off-linebacker Clay Matthews, both cut off-season by the Rams, are guaranteed to owe money. Gurley and Matthews complained on social media earlier this season, and the Rams explained that they intended to pay the players.

That has not happened and Gurley is not satisfied. He even told former Rams teammates that he wouldn’t talk to them until he got his $ 5 million from the team.

Todd Gurley: “Come June 1, I’d better have my money”

The NFL is not bad. This is not the old USFL or AAF in which it was not uncommon to hear stories of teams concerned about payroll.

Atlanta Falcons, continued with “Uninterrupted” and said again the Rams did not pay him and he expects it by June 1. “data-reactid =” 22 “> Gurley, who has since signed with the Atlanta Falcons, continued with” Uninterrupted “and said again the Rams did not pay him and he expects it by June 1.

via Rams Wire. “I told my ex-teammates that they can’t even text or call me until I get my money. As soon as I get my money, I’ll be cool with everyone else.” Data-reactid = “23”> “I have still my money, so it’s real, forget the Rams now. I don’t know “don’t even care about them,” Gurley said, via Rams Wire. “I told my ex-teammates that they can’t even text or call me until I have my money. As soon as I get my money, I’m cool with everyone.

“I don’t know what their reason is. And the worst part is they know they have to pay me too. Probably probably just use the COVID thing as an excuse. Or they probably don’t have money to pay anyone. They have that stadium now “All I know is come June 1, I better have my money.”

It looks really bad for the Rams. They’ll have to pay Gurley and Matthews at some point – Rams Wire speculated that the dispute over compensated money was in the players’ contracts – and it just looks petty that they keep putting off. Other players notice when teams do things like this.

Former Los Angeles Rams walking back from Todd Gurley (30) want the team to still owe him money. (AP Photo / John Bazemore)

Clay Matthews had already filed a complaint

file a complaint with the NFLPA to get the $ 2 million in unpaid guarantees he owes the Rams. Gurley said he has no plans to file a complaint because it would be delayed anyway due to coronavirus issues. “Data-reactid =” 38 “> Matthews took the step of complaining to NFLPA to get the $ 2 million in unpaid guarantees he owes to Rams Gurley said he has no intention of complaining because it would be delayed anyway due to coronavirus issues.

Again, if there are technical details regarding payment terms, as the Rams have pointed out, it doesn’t matter. They just look cheap when Gurley and Matthews continue to wage a public war against their former team. In Gurley’s case, he played at a high level for the Rams for years and was dumped without mercy. He earned the money that was in his contract.

its net worth of $ 8.4 billion. It’s not like he can’t pay Gurley and Matthews’ money. “Data-reactid =” 40 “> Kroenke is one of the richest men in the world. Bloomberg estimates its net worth of $ 8.4 billion. It is not that he cannot pay out the money owed to Gurley and Matthews.

Right now, the Rams are getting really bad business for not paying the money they owe.

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