In our first mock draft, the St. Louis Rams stayed put at no. 2 and no. 13. With those two picks, the Rams selected wide receiver Sammy Watkins and safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
This time though, we mixed things up a bit by adding trades to the mix. And no team was more active than the Rams, who traded down from no. 2 to no. 6 with Atlanta and from no. 13 to no. 24 with Cincinnati.
You know we really need the NFL draft to finally happen when the biggest story of the day is whether Chris Long and Tavon Austin are Twitter-beefing for real or not. And yet here we are.
If you’re a little behind this morning, then I suggest you follow this link to Turf Show Times’ breakdown of the “beef” between the two former top-10 picks.
If you read that, you’ll see...
“Now that (they) know what he’s capable of,” St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher plans to use Tavon Austin more frequently in 2014. The 23-year-old Austin, who St. Louis took eighth overall out of West Virginia last spring, caught 40 balls for 418 yards and four touchdowns as a rookie. A two-time First-Team All-American, Austin also carried the pigskin nine times for 151 yards...
Last night, well-known NFL insider Darren Connolly reported a pretty big bombshell on his Twitter account.
Hearing #Rams are willing to listen to offers for WR Tavon Austin #NFL
— Darren Connolly IV (@DConnollyNFL) March 11, 2014
Hold on, a minute. I just assumed that Darren Connolly was an insider because of his professional-looking avatar, his self-proclaimed “insider” status...
This morning, the St. Louis Dispatch posted a column about Tavon Austin posing with a bunch of LA Rams fans who want to bring the Rams back to Los Angeles.
Obviously, most of us who follow the team are well aware that the Rams are facing some uncertainty regarding their future in St. Louis. The Rams played in LA for three decades before moving to St. Louis. LA hasn’t had an NFL...
The New Orleans Saints are set to hit the road to face the St. Louis Rams, a game which appears upon first glance to provide minimal resistance to the Saints. After consideration of the two teams, though, one comes to realize the Rams possess the capability to surprise the Saints if not given undivided respect and attention. In particular, New Orleans must be wary of St. Louis...
St Louis Rams WR Tavon Austin had just fair caught a punt when a Seattle Seahawks gunner ran his own teammate into him. Austin flopped pretty hard, presumably trying to draw a penalty, but the referees didn’t bite.
During a speech in front of high school athletes, Rams first-round draft pick Tavon Austin told a story about how Twitter got him into some trouble with the team's GM.
The St. Louis Rams number one draft pick Tavon Austin has been served a cold dish of reality.
After years of hard work and dedication, the truth is that some people only want him for his money.
The explosive receiver spoke about the issue.
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WITH HAT IN HAND
Recent St. Louis Rams draftee Tavon Austin says that much has changed in the past few weeks, including how acquaintances have been asking him for money.