Training Camp 2013: Plan in place for QB competition
Gus Bradley left little doubt Tuesday about his stance on the quarterbacks. “It’s an open competition,” he said. Next question? Actually, there are many. Will third-year veteran Blaine Gabbertindeed start? Is it his job to lose in the preseason? Can Chad Henne, or even Mike Kafka, win the job? All are real, pressing issues, and Bradley – three days before Day One of his first training camp as the Jaguars’ head coach – reiterated his offseason-long stance that they are questions that will be answered in the coming weeks, as the Jaguars go through 2013 training camp in Downtown Jacksonville.
MJD is cleared for practice, 4 Jaguars will sit out | jacksonville.com
UPDATED: 3:19 p.m.When the Jaguars open training camp Friday morning, four players will not be participating.Coach Gus Bradley said safety Johnathan Cyprien (hamstring), receiver Justin Blackmon (groin), offensive lineman Stephane Milhim (foot) and receiver Taylor Price (foot) will sit out.Running back Maurice Jones-Drew (foot) has been cleared to participate and defensive end Jason Babin (groin) will practice as well.
VIDEO: 2013 Training Camp Preview
As the Jaguars prepare to open 2013 training camp, Gus Bradley, Maurice Jones-Drew, Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne meet with the media.