Daily Dose: Kenny Young hosts first event from his foundation

Throughout the offseason, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here's a look at what's out there for Thursday, February 13 about your Los Angeles Rams.

TACKLE YOUNG FOUNDATION VISITS GRAPE STREET ELEMENTARY

Through his Tackle Young Foundation, Rams linebacker Kenny Young donated $5,000 and more than 400 books to Grape Street Elementary School in Watts last week.

Khari Jones Jr. of the Los Angeles Sentinel was on hand to cover the it, writing that Young believes children should tackle their problems before they get older and become too difficult to handle.

"In my career, I tackle my opponents quickly before they get a touchdown; otherwise, it would be a problem," Young told Jones Jr. "With little kids, this is an opportunity for them to understand and be aware of tackling issues early. If the drama is at home, internal or the classroom, we are about to handle it early. Being aware of tackling issues early before they get older, and before the issues are too big to handle."

WOODS, KUPP EXCELLED AFTER THE CATCH LAST SEASON

The Rams' offense had two of the league's most productive receivers when it came to yards after catch YAC last season.

Per scouting service Pro Football Focus (PFF), wide receivers Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp were both in the top five:

PFF's premium stats said Woods finished with 580 yards after the catch last season, tied with the Buccaneers' Chris Godwin. Kupp, meanwhile, had 548. The Saints' Michael Thomas led the league with 588.

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