Goff said he has a full understanding of new coach Sean McVay's offense, which has already had 95 percent of its plays installed, Alden Gonzalez of ESPN.com reports.

Goff took a notoriously long time to grasp the Rams' playbook as a rookie last season, when he didn't earn his first start until Week 11. From there, Goff looked nothing like a No. 1 overall pick, finishing with a 54.6 completion percentage, 5.3 yards per attempt and five touchdowns versus seven interceptions. In the wake of a coaching staff overhaul, however, Goff appears to have adjusted to McVay's scheme much better this offseason. While that reportedly comes thanks to simplified terminology and concepts, it remains to be seen whether Goff can translate his improved knowledge into on-field success.

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