One of the biggest stories of the 2017 NFL season was the emergence of the Los Angeles Rams’ offense. A year after finishing last in the league in scoring, they finished first behind new head coach Sean McVay, a revamped offensive line, and an influx of receiving talent in Robert Woods, Sammy Watkins, and Cooper Kupp.

Kupp, now 25, was selected by the Rams in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft after a stellar career at Eastern Washington. Despite some key drops in his rookie season, Kupp emerged as an important part of the passing game, making 62 catches for a team-high 869 yards and five touchdowns, which landed him a spot on the Pro Football Writers Association’s All-Rookie team.

Heading into his second professional season, Kupp is focused on cutting out the mistakes and building off the positives from his rookie campaign. From the LA Times’ Gary Klein:

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“There were a lot of things I really wanted to change,” he said, “and things that I was almost embarrassed where I was last year.

“You have to make strides to make sure those things are fixed coming into this year. Obviously, there are some good things that you can be proud of but never be content with.”

Kupp also told Klein that he’d take some time away from the football field at the end of minicamp, something he hadn’t done since his college days as he worked toward his NFL dream. Now, after establishing himself on the game’s highest level, he can take a step back and clear his mind from football for a little while.

But, once camp resumes ahead of the preseason, Kupp will be locked in “to fix the things [he] didn’t think were good enough” from his rookie year. It’s a scary proposition for LA’s NFC West rivals given the arrival of Brandin Cooks, their incumbent offensive line, Offensive Player of the Year Todd Gurley, and a continually improving quarterback in Jared Goff.