Robert Woods: 'Loaded' Rams aiming to win Super Bowl

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The Los Angeles Rams' aggressive offseason has players on the team thinking Lombardi Trophy.

Los Angeles traded for quarterback Matthew Stafford, signed speedy wideout DeSean Jackson, and drafted receiver Tutu Atwell to reinforce an already star-studded roster.

"Whatever weapons (the team adds) - running backs, receivers, quarterbacks - we've got a team goal, we're trying to win a Super Bowl," Rams receiver Robert Woods said, according to Kevin Modesti of the Los Angeles Daily News.

"We've got a loaded team. We're bringing in receivers (who) bring explosiveness to our offense."

The additions to the offense became a necessity after the Rams dropped from No. 1 in the league in points scored in 2017 to 22nd last season.

L.A. also owned the league's No. 1-ranked defense, and with many of those defensive pieces still in-house, the Rams will be expecting to improve on last season's divisional-round exit.

"I'm still trying to figure out what it will look like," Woods said of the offense. "But it's exciting to see all the pieces."

If the Rams do reach Super Bowl LVI, they'll become the second team in as many seasons to play the game in their home stadium.

Robert Woods: 'Loaded' Rams aiming to win Super Bowl
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