Gabbert gets first shot at QB in Jaguars' preseason opener | jacksonville.com
Rebounding from a sub-par practice and sprained right ankle early in camp, Blaine Gabbert has done enough to start at quarterback ahead of Chad Henne in the Jaguars’ preseason opener Friday against Miami.Gabbert took all of the first-team snaps during Thursday’s walk-through."We talked about both of them, but as a staff, we just decided that on some of the reps, Blaine has shown really good progress," coach Gus Bradley said. "We looked at it, we analyzed it and we thought this would be a good situation for us."
The Jaguars and Ravens Show Why They Are Who They Are in Training Camp - Grantland
If I asked you to compare the experience at each camp without actually having been there, you'd probably get most of the notes right. You would expect the Ravens to be more professional, having won last year's Super Bowl and serving as a model veteran franchise, and you would be correct. The Ravens executed their 90-minute session quietly and with efficiency, walking through red zone plays at three-quarters speed without serious blocking before installing some of their rushing offense at the same tempo.
Inside the Jaguars: QBs OK splitting reps against Miami
The reactions were as uneventful as they were similar. Blaine Gabbert will start at quarterback in the preseason opener, which means Chad Henne will not, and as expected, there was neither jubilation nor dejection from either player. "My mindset’s not going to change," Gabbert said Thursday shortly after Head Coach Gus Bradley told reporters Gabbert will start against the Miami Dolphins in the 2013 preseason opener at EverBank Field Friday at 7:30 p.m.