Per Cameron DaSilva of the Rams Wire, Gurley explained the need for a unified front if the players are going to fight for more guaranteed money in their contracts.
"For right now, we just need to come together and be prepared," he said. "You always have to be prepared. We'll just come together, pull up a couple different ideas and go on from there. You definitely always have to be prepared for certain situations."
This isn't the first time Gurley has suggested a lockout is possible if the NFL continues to hand out non-guaranteed contracts.
"Considering football's level of brute, immanent physicality, high turnover as well as the short life cycle of its participants, it would seem to me that NFL players are in the most need of fully guaranteed contracts," Gurley told TMZ Sports on July 5.
Gurley has also cited the amount of money NBA players make on their deals compared to what NFL players receive.
"Us NFL players, we're just mad about NBA contracts right now, that's all," the Rams star told Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times. "I just want like $80 million. Those guys are getting like $150 [million]. It's crazy. It's insane."
Despite generating more revenue than the NBA, the combined salaries for the 10-highest paid NFL players in 2018 is $253,132,333. The top-10 NBA players by salary will earn a combined $300,240,000 next season.
The NFL's last lockout was in 2011 and lasted four months before a new CBA was agreed upon. The biggest changes involved players needing at least four years of experience to hit unrestricted free agency and a rookie salary structure.