Rams Video: Todd Gurley & John Johnson III Chug Beers At Kings Game With YG & Dodgers Players
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The Los Angeles Rams recently saw their 2019 season come to a close, finishing with a disappointing 9-7 record and missing the postseason for the first time in the Sean McVay era.

While they would obviously rather be still playing, it seems the Rams players are making the most of their extended offseason. A pair of veterans in Eric Weddle and Andrew Whitworth recently took to social media to reveal that they have undergone surgeries to get healthy for the 2020 season.

Other players are using this time to wind down and have some fun after a long season, and that was the case for Todd Gurley and John Johnson III on Wednesday night. The running back and safety attended the Los Angeles Kings game at Staples Center with rapper YG and Gavin Lux, Matt Beaty and Kody Hoese, who all play for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

It was a cool night for the L.A. sports world to come together, and Gurley put on a little show for the fans by chugging multiple beers, via the Kings’ official Twitter:

Gurley is coming off a bit of a rough season, so it is nice to see that he is putting it behind him and enjoying a night out at the hockey game.

Johnson is coming off a rough season as well, although for a different reason as he was limited to just six games before being placed on injured reserve with a season-ending shoulder injury. He looked healthy at the Kings game though and is on track to be ready for the 2020 season.

It’s no secret that YG is a Rams fan as he is often seen sitting behind the end zone at home games. He and Gurley seem to be becoming good friends as they also recently attended a Los Angeles Clippers game together.

Gurley, in particular, has always shown a lot of support for other L.A. teams since the Rams moved to the West Coast. He threw out the first pitch before a game at Dodger Stadium in 2017, but maybe they can get him out there again in 2020 now that he is forming a relationship with some of their young players.