Todd Gurley's Record Artifacts on Display in Hall of Fame

Todd Gurley's Record Artifacts on Display in Hall of Fame

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St. Louis Rams rookie running back Todd Gurley wore this jersey and cleats on Sunday when he rushed for 133 yards and 1 touchdown in the team’s 27-6 victory against the San Francisco 49ers.



He became the first rookie to rush for at least 125 yards in four straight games. He’s also racked up 575 yards in his first five games, which is the third-most in NFL history. Only Eric Dickerson (645) and Adrian Peterson (607) gained more yards.

Game Date Opp Result Att Yds TD
27-Sep PIT (L) 6-12 6 9 0
4-Oct at ARI (W) 24-22 19 146 0
11-Oct at GB (L) 10-24 30 159 0
25-Oct CLE (W) 24-6 19 128 2
1-Nov SF (W) 27-6 20 133 1
TOTAL 94 575 3


Two lucky fans, Eric Euglow of Providence, R.I. and Laura Manning of Boston, Mass., were randomly selected to place Gurley’s artifacts on display. They never expected they would be able to experience something like that when they visited.

“It’s definitely a fun bonus – feeling like you’re part of football history,” commented Manning.



Gurley’s jersey and cleats can be seen on display in the Pro Football Today Gallery.


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