Rashad Greene plays wide receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League (NFL). At 5’ 11” tall and 185 pounds, Rashad contacted Dioxyme because he wanted to put on some lean muscle during the critical offseason.
The 139th selection in the 2015 draft by Jacksonville, Greene came to the Jaguars by way of the Florida State Seminoles where he set the school record for career receptions and receiving yards in his senior year. As a freshman, he was named MVP of the Champs Sports Bowl where the Seminoles defeated Notre Dame 18-14. As a sophomore Rashad had 57 receptions for 741 yards and 6 touchdowns.
During his junior year, Greene nearly doubled his yardage and had 147 yards on 9 receptions in the 2014 BCS National Championship Game against Auburn.
In high school, Greene was a standout both in football and track and field. He posted a 48.27 in the 400 meters and ran the third leg of the 4 x 100m relay squad. Rivals.com ranked Rashad as a 4 star recruit coming out of high school.
Against the Carolina Panthers, Greene scored his first touchdown on September 13, 2015. Later in the season he returned a punt for 73 yards and a touchdown. His punt return duties averaged him a net 16.7 yards per return.
In 2016, after appearing in 8 games, he suffered an Achilles injury and was placed on IR. Again in 2017, Greene was placed on IR and was ineligible for the season.
In the off-season, Greene has been training hard with former NFL and Miami Dolphins’ star Chris Chambers at his training facility in Davie, Florida. 2018 will be a big year for Rashad as he makes his return from injuries to get a shot at the Jags’ roster.