Rookie wide receiver Aaron Dobson said he’s adjusting well to the NFL. “Everything’s going good,” said the 6-foot-3-inch second-round pick (59th overall). “It’s fun to be out here . . . I’m just taking it day-by-day trying to get comfortable with the system.” Given the difficulties in picking up the playbook experienced by former New England receivers, Dobson was asked how things were progressing. “I’m definitely becoming accustomed to [the playbook],” he said. “You’ve just got to stay in and study it and just get to know it really . . . It’s a lot of information.” As far as Dobson becoming acquainted with quarterback Brady? “[Tom and the wide receivers] just talk a little bit after practice and we just all try to get on the same page,” Dobson said. “It takes time. You’ve got to run routes with him, you know, just play some throw and catch.” . . . Quarterback Mike Kafka, who was waved by the Patriots in order to clear a roster spot for Tebow, became the fourth New England player cut this offseason to be brought in by the Jaguars. Kafka joins Kyle Love, Brandon Deaderick, and Jeremy Ebert . . . Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly, along with one of his assistants, was on the sideline during the workout.
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