Mike Mularkey says he and the Jaguars will approach this week the only way possible.
They'll prepare for training camp, and when practices begin Friday at the Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields, they'll begin the process of preparing for the 2012 season. If
If not, training camp will go on as planned, and preparation will, too.
The Jacksonville Jaguars, led by coach Mike Mularkey, stood strongly behind Gabbert this offseason. Mularkey said last year's No. 10 overall draft pick is clearly the Jaguars' starting quarterback. They say Gabbert is a new man this offseason. They say Chad Henne is stuck in the backup role.