The final time Cam Akers posted any tweet was on October 7, which was a fan promotion he was doing by Bud Light. And the final time he was seen across the Los Angeles Rams was earlier than the Week 6 Carolina Panthers sport — which was the primary sport he missed as a result of private causes.
Akers was not within the lineup for the Week 8 San Francisco 49ers contest on Sunday, October 30, which the Rams fell 31-14 at SoFi Stadium.
Now, on Halloween night time of Monday, October 31, Akers lastly broke his silence…by two tweets.
What Akers Shared
It was only some phrases accompanied with an emoji, however Akers shared these three phrases that helped finish his silence:
Then, Akers acquired a response from a fan who instructed him “then play football” with this put up:
“If it was up to me I would be,” Akers responded.
Then, Akers hit the like button on a fan who helped remind the previous 2020 second rounder of one among his extra dominating performances of his profession again in January 2021.
Akers has been the topic of commerce rumors with the league’s deadline set for 4 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, November 1. The trio of NFL Network insiders Tom Pelissero, Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport talked about Akers on the listing of accessible gamers through commerce.
“Head coach Sean McVay has spoken publicly about trade calls as both sides seek a resolution, but he also has said the team needs to be open to restarting the relationship with Akers. There has been interest, to be sure, but as of yet it hasn’t reached the point of necessitating a deal. Until Tuesday, L.A. will keep listening,” the report on October 30 learn. “The Rams have been interested in the pass rush and running back markets, and those talks will only increase over the next few days. GM [general manager] Les Snead still has picks and…you know how that goes.”
The third-12 months operating again has had his identify hooked up to operating again needy groups just like the Denver Broncos or not too long ago as of Monday morning, the New Orleans Saints within the wake of Mark Ingram II taking place with an MCL sprain.
Fans React to Akers
Akers ending his silence sparked reactions from followers — regardless in the event that they had been making an attempt to ask the explanation behind his private points or in the event that they instructed him the place he could be going subsequent.
B.J. Levin, government producer of the hit documentary “Hip Hop Uncovered” on FX and Hulu, threw his help for Akers.
“Keep your head up,” Levin positioned in Akers’ mentions. “You have a bright future ahead of you focus on what you can control and go get it.”
A fan named Daniel Miner added his personal help.
“I miss seeing you out there, Cam. You’ve overcome a lot in a short period of time. This too shall pass,” Miner posted to the Rams operating again.
Other followers, although, grew to become curious and tried to dig into what occurred between Akers and the Rams by hitting up the 5-foot-10, 216-pounder.
Then, there have been followers tagging different groups with the hope Akers will head over there.
Another posted how he believes Akers will be part of this contender: The Philadelphia Eagles, who already pulled off the blockbuster commerce of nabbing Chicago Bears edge rusher and former Ram Robert Quinn.
Another fan dropped this picture concept in Akers’ mentions:
Several different followers, although, threw their help for the Ex-RB1 Akers by saying they miss him whereas others hope he can squash no matter rumored rift he has with the Rams.
L.A. already made the try and land Christian McCaffrey earlier than the 49ers intervened with their loaded supply that concerned 4 future draft picks being despatched to the Carolina Panthers. The Rams have additionally began Darrell Henderson and Ronnie Rivers towards the Panthers and 49ers, respectively, in Akers’ absence.
Akers’ destiny may lastly be determined on the commerce deadline. Meanwhile, ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter reported on Sunday morning earlier than the 49ers sport that the Rams “are not planning to part ways with Cam Akers if they are unable to trade the third-year running back.”