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Jaguars Q&A: Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch
The offense is pretty much installed. That doesn’t mean the work is anywhere close to done. And Jedd Fisch said that doesn’t mean every player is immersed in every facet of the scheme, but the first-year offensive coordinator said the process is very much underway. So far, so good. “They’ve been taught 90 percent of the offense,” Fisch said recently during a break in 2013 organized team activities, which continue Tuesday at the Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields adjacent to EverBank Field.

History Shows: Don’t sleep on the Jaguars | Fanspeak's AFC South
When Wayne Weaver sold the club to auto parts magnate Shahid Khan in January 2012, there was a feeling of change within the organization. Khan then hired the offensive-minded Mike Mularkey to be his Head Coach, in hopes to improve the team’s passing game, which has been abysmal for years. That April, they drafted two-time Biletnikoff award-winning wide receiver Justin Blackmon, who had dominated college football for two straight seasons. Young quarterback Blaine Gabbert was rumored to have been making strides that offseason. Things were looking up. The result? A 2-14 season. The worst record in franchise history...

Jacksonville Jaguars: Chad Henne, Blaine Gabbert in QB Competition
Quarterback controversies are often in great supply during the NFL offseason, and the Jacksonville Jaguars appear to have one of their own. Quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne have been splitting reps throughout this offseason and will be in a fierce competition all throughout training camp for the Jaguars. Henne filled in for an injured Gabbert last year, and he got off to a blazing start. However, Henne’s play began to fade off during the stretch, and Jacksonville continued to lose contests.