Jaguars rookie receiver Rashad Greene was impressive during the offseason program.
The fifth-round pick out of Florida State continued the momentum during the six-week break. Greene joined quarterback Blake Bortles and other receivers at Bishop Kenny to throw during the time off.
Greene spoke about the sessions Monday as the Jaguars' quarterbacks and rookies reported to training camp. The team's first practice is at 9:55 a.m. Friday after the veteran's report on Thursday.
"The majority of the time I was here, working with Blake and some of the receivers," Greene said. "[Our chemistry] has grown a good amount. We're getting comfortable with each other. He's understanding how I get in and out of my breaks and I'm getting used to how he throws the ball."
Greene has a lot of competition at the WR spot with a boatload of young talent at the position on the Jags roster. He ranks way down our list at 133.