Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley sat out the team's only mandatory minicamp practice on Tuesday as he continues to manage the stress on his left knee that hobbled him late last season.
Gurley didn't go into detail about his health but appeared positive about his progress.
"Feeling good," Gurley said, according to ESPN's Lindsey Thiry. "Just working out. Typical stuff that I've always done."
The Rams created an offseason workout plan for Gurley in the hopes he can practice fully by the time training camp rolls around in July. Head coach Sean McVay said the star back "absolutely" would be ready for on-field drills.