Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff has no problem with the NFL shortening the postseason in the event the COVID-19 pandemic interferes with the current timeline.

In fact, Goff thinks the NFL should shorten the preseason, period.

Tom Pelissero of NFL Network previously reported both the NFL and NFLPA were thinking of shrinking the preseason schedule from four games to two. He also added that a shorter preseason would potentially allow for more flexibility, both for players and organizations.

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Of course, not everyone is likely to feel the same as Goff.

Fans of HBO's Hard Knocks understand just how important preseason games are for guys on the fringes of making a 53-man roster. They might not be nearly as meaningful for an incumbent starter, but still serve as a sort of proving ground for other players.

That said, the idea of shortening the preseason has been thrown around for some time. With the coronavirus pandemic still looming as a potential concern, it is possible the league finally moves on this idea.

As for Goff, he probably cannot wait for the season to come any quicker.

The former No. 1 overall pick seemed to be coming into his own after making consecutive Pro Bowls in 2017 and 2018, leading the Rams to the Super Bowl during the 2018 campaign.

But Goff struggled last season, throwing a career-high 16 interceptions and averaging a full yard less in yards gained per pass attempt.

Goff shared in some of the blame for the Rams' regression, though the same can be said for head coach Sean McVay's play-calling tendencies.

In any case, Goff will hope to get back on track in 2020, ideally after a short preseason.