Don’t owe Todd Gurley any money.
He is not afraid to call you.
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He has not spelled out his request. But Pro Football Talk reports that the Rams will give Gurley a $ 7.55 million roster bonus, even after they released him early in the off-season. Only Gurley and the Rams know if this is the source of his social media anger.
Gurley is not the only former Ram to talk about money.
Clay Matthews wants his money too – with interest
Linebacker Clay Matthews, whom the Rams had released together with Gurley, joined his former teammate when he asked for cash. And he demands interest.
Matthews received a $ 2 million roster bonus from the Rams in 2020. Like Gurley, only he and the Rams are familiar with the details of his demands.
We suspect that the Rams are not concerned with solvency issues and that Matthews and Gurley will get what they deserve. Stan Kroenke is one of the richest owners of all sports. He also owns the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche and Rapids from MLS and a majority stake in Arsenal in the Premier League.
Forbes estimates that Kroenke is valued at $ 10 billion. If he has money problems, the COVID 19 financial crisis is much worse than we thought.
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