Todd Gurley to be honored by LA mayor for medical and mental health assistance efforts

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Todd Gurley may not be a member of the Rams anymore, but he’s still a part of the Los Angeles community. And he’s going to be honored for his work in the city.

On Wednesday, Gurley will be recognized by Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetty and councilman Curren Price for helping provide access to medical and mental health services to those in need. In addition to Gurley, rapper YG and Telehealth Van owner Dion Rambo will also be honored.

According to the release, Gurley partnered with TeleHealth Van earlier this year to help bring mental health solutions to people in need. In TeleHealth Van’s first year, Gurley played a part in helping the company book more than 5,000 appointments.

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Gurley spent the first five years of his career with the Rams, four of which were in Los Angeles. He was cut last offseason and signed with the Falcons, spending 2020 in Atlanta. He remains a free agent but continues to do some impressive work in the Los Angeles community.