Actor and comedian Kevin Hart paid a visit to Rams training camp last year along with actor Scott Eastwood. On Thursday, we got a look at the visit in the latest episode of Kevin Hart: What The Fit.
It’s only reasonable to suspect that Hart played a direct role in Tavon Austin being traded to the Cowboys (OK, maybe not).
After Hart and Eastwood gave the Rams a pep talk in the meeting room, the two made their way into the locker room to find their Rams practice jerseys for the day. Hart took No. 1, which happened to be the number that Austin was wearing that day. Austin actually wore No. 11 with the Rams, but don’t let that get in the way of the hilarity that ensued.
Hart refused to back down from Austin.
Hart: You in the wrong place, man. I’m wearing the number that was given to me because this is the number I’m supposed to have.
Austin: Who gave you that one? Sean McVay?
Hart: Don’t worry about who gave me the one.
Austin: I’m gonna holler at that man.
Hart continued when Eastwood tried to step in:
“It’s like jail. If this was cornbread – aye, bruh! He gonna eat his cornbread … I’ll see you on the field.”
Hart kept the confidence going all practice and took on now-Cowboys receiver K.D. Cannon in a race. Cannon won easily.
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