Austin Ekeler, running back for the Los Angeles Chargers, led the team against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard game on Saturday. The 27-year-old scored two touchdowns in the first half. 

The Chargers led 27-7 at halftime. However, Jacksonville came back to beat them 31-30. 

Who is Austin Ekeler’s mother Suzanne Ekeler, stepfather Mr Adams?

Austin Ekeler’s mother Suzanne is very close to the running back. She is a residential realtor with Windermere Estate. 

Also Read | Doug Pederson consoles Justin Herbert after Los Angeles Chargers’ playoff loss vs Jacksonville Jaguars

She worked many odd jobs when Austin and his brother were young. Suzanne has worked as a waitress. She married Austin’s stepfather Mr Adams. She completed her master’s degree in real estate studies from Colorado College. She received her real estate broker license from the Colorado Real Estate School in May 2018. Initially, Suzanne started her career as a tutor at Welder5j School District in 2007.

Also Read | Los Angeles Chargers’ Joey Bosa smashes helmet on sideline vs Jacksonville Jaguars, not ejected: Watch

Ekeler’s biological father’s name remains unknown, but he is divorced from Suzanne, according to Sportskeeda. He is serving a life sentence in prison in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to police reports, he has a 1.5 inches scar on his right arm and a dime-sized scar on his left side. He always wears his Space Jam shirt in jail.

Also Read | Trevor Lawrence’s masterclass in second half vs Los Angeles Chargers? Jacksonville Jaguars hope to recover

Austin was raised by his stepfather Adams. Austin’s mother and Adams have been together for 11 years. However, Austin does not have a strong relationship with his biological father or stepfather and rarely answers questions about either.

Also Read | Will Damar Hamlin attend Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins NFL playoff game at Highmark Stadium on Sunday?

Ekeler also has one younger half-brother, Wyatt Ekeler, who plays football at the University of Wyoming. They lived on their father’s ranch and were full-time employees who would take care of their horses, cows, goats, and chickens. Ekeler hated his abusive stepfather. “I hated him. I hated him. I hated every minute about that,” Ekeler said, according to Bleacher Report.