The Jacksonville Jaguars made an under-the-radar move this offseason, signing wide receiver Chris Conley to join their smarting offensive ranks.

Of course, the team's most publicized acquisition was bringing aboard quarterback Nick Foles, and Conley is excited to play with his former Kansas City Chiefs teammate heading into 2019:

“We were just working out with each other in the offseason,” Conley said while recalling the spring of 2017, according to Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union. “I remember him saying, ‘Hey, man, if I ever do become a starting quarterback somewhere and you’re a free agent, man, you should definitely come and play with me.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, man, we’ve got to make that happen.’ Jokingly, we said that.”

Now, that dream has become a reality, and Conley is ready for it:

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“I’m excited to come in there and kind of change some of the stigma around who Jacksonville is,” Conley said. “I know Jacksonville has had some success. A couple years ago, (the Jaguars) had a lot of success. I want to be a part of making that consistent, where people realize that this team can contend any year. I’m excited about the opportunity, about building on something that people have already been building.”

Conley is coming off of a 2018 campaign in which he hauled in 32 receptions for 334 yards and five touchdowns in a loaded Chiefs offense.

Given that the Jaguars' receiving corps is rather thin, the 26-year-old should have a larger role in Jacksonville than he did in Kansas City, and now, he has a quarterback he trusts.