Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said at the start of OTAs that WR Tavon Austin could be headed for a stellar season. With the revamped offense, Fisher told theRams.com Austin has a chance to double his catches.
Austin racked up 1,187 all-purpose yards last season and 10 total touchdowns between his receptions, rushes, and punt returns. He's heading into his fourth season. Austin certainly has a chance to be the Rams top WR because there isn't a lot behind him with Kenny Britt and Brian Quick next on the depth chart. Mike Groh is the team's new passing coordinator who focuses on route running and making contested catches.