Todd Gurley Reportedly May Have "Accepted Extra Benefits" from Memorabilia Dealers

Todd Gurley Reportedly May Have "Accepted Extra Benefits" from Memorabilia Dealers

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Todd Gurley Reportedly May Have "Accepted Extra Benefits" from Memorabilia Dealers

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Todd Gurley has been suspended indefinitely by Georgia, and the Heisman candidate will miss this week’s game against Missouri. This seemingly came out of nowhere, but it wasn’t long before reports started emerging about what the running back may be getting investigated for:

Is this what Feldman’s report is referring to? MAYBE. Seth Emerrson of the Macon Telegraph is reporting the same.

Sorting from highest to lowest price, there are a whole host of signed Todd Gurley items on eBay, but that will often be true for players of Gurley’s stature. For example, there is also a bunch of stuff autographed by Marcus Mariota on eBay, though there are nearly four times as many total items for Gurley.

This happened to Johnny Manziel last year, too. Manziel’s buddy Uncle Nate has already weighed in on Gurley:

It continues to seem dumb that college athletes aren’t allowed to sell their autographs in the first place. The universities benefit a whole hell of a lot from their stars’ likenesses, and one would think a system could be set up relatively easily to enable the players to legally do the same.

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