“I think there’s no mystery that we’re going to be taking a quarterback and maybe two,” Khan told the Times-Union. Among the topics that Khan covered : “It’s one of the maxims in modern football – the quarterback is key,” Khan said. Khan spoke at the Museum of Art and Design in midtown Manhattan before hosting a lunch for current and prospective Jaguars corporate sponsors and also associates from Flex-N-Gate, his auto parts company. The Jaguars are interested in re-signing Chad Henne, who started 13 games in 2013 and if he returns coupled with one and maybe two drafted quarterbacks, that means the end to Blaine Gabbert’s career in Jacksonville. But choosing two quarterbacks isn’t uncommon – the Washington Redskins did it two years ago with Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins .