Rams WR Tavon Austin believes 100 percent in QB Case Keenum


The Los Angeles Rams have a quarterback situation they have to address for the upcoming season, but one offensive player already believe’s 100 percent in one quarterback already on the roster. The Rams are going to be talking to the media a lot this season with the move back to Los Angeles, so be prepared for player interviews.

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Todd Gurley and Johnny Hekker got the best welcome from TMZ a couple of weeks ago as they got asked questions about the team.  On Wednesday wide receiver Tavon Austin got his turn to talk about the team when he jumped on the ESPN’s radio show Mason and Ireland. Here’s what Austin had to say about some of the news surrounding the team.

First Steve Mason talked about how Austin played an important role in the Rams offense, and soon would asked the question, “Does it give you any advantage, something good from being 5’9?”

” I really don’t look at it like that, in the end of the day it’s about my heart, it’s probably bigger than some of the guys out there, One thing I know I be best at is when the ball is in my hands I’m sure I’m probably one of the top people in the league, so that’s my main focus”

Another question that came up for Tavon Austin was how he felt about the departure of both secondary teammates Janoris Jenkins and Rodney McLeod.

“We definitely hurt that they lost but at the end of the day it’s a business decision, I respect all of them and I wish all of them the best.”

The main question that was asked during the whole interview was how Austin felt if quarterback Case Keenum was the starting quarterback in 2016. Currently Keenum looks to have the starting job.

“I’m all about opportunity. If he comes in and he’s the starter I believe in him 100 percent. We always work together in the offseason. I definitely believe whoever they bring in that’s successful will be the guy.”

A professional response from the leader of the offense right now. Keenum has talked with the media as well and he wants to be the leader of the Rams offense. If Keenum is the starting quarterback come week 1, the key for a succesful season is the support from other teammates having faith in Keenum. Tavon Austin believe’s in Keenum, do you?