The Los Angeles Rams wasted no time basking in the glory of their Super Bowl win.
Instead, Sean McVay's side went out and strengthened their roster considerably. New deals for Cooper Kupp and Aaron Donald secured the future of their Super Bowl-winning superstars, and the addition of Allen Robinson has considerably bolstered their receiving corps.
Matthew Stafford has already shown his ability to rise to the big occasions at quarterback, and giving him more options in the offence will only make the Rams an even more feared team in the NFL.
Robinson will be a major part of those plans, and the new Rams arrival is hoping to form a formidable partnership with MVP Cooper Kupp.
"We've been able to feed off each other off the get-go," said Robinson.
"Being able to just sit down, talk football as we're watching and going over different routes, seeing different angles.
"I think that's the biggest thing is the two of us are guys that are very versatile across the board.
"We both can do a lot of different things, and I think that gives us a tremendous advantage because it's not predictable at all to what either of us will be doing when it comes to a particular concept."
Robinson moved to the Rams from Chicago, but endured a frustrating season with the Bears last year. After recording just 38 catches for 410 yards and one TD in 2021, he'll hope to recover his form under McVay in Los Angeles.
So far, the 28-year-old seems happy with the work he's done with his new team, and is confident he'll work within their tactical system.
"It's a system that's able to emphasize all angles of the cuts when it comes to route running for receivers," Robinson said.
"And that's something from the outside looking in, before I even signed, was something I noticed. Seeing the receivers be able to run a little bit of everything."
With a huge opportunity to reignite his career, Robinson will hope to make a fast start with the Rams during their season opener on September 9 against the Buffalo Bills.