• With Gabbert a few weeks away, Henne gets another shot

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Oct 17, 2013
    Each time Henne has started, it’s because Gabbert has been injured. So is this an open quarterback position? If so, is Henne leading? Will Gabbert start another game for the Jaguars? Getting victory No. 1 is the top priority and Henne gives the Jaguars the best chance to do so because he has clearly outplayed Gabbert this season. Chad Henne will start for the Jaguars Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. But everything else about the quarterback position remains unsettled, partly because of Blaine Gabbert’s lingering right hamstring injury, which will keep him out a second consecutive week, and partly because of coach Gus Bradley’s perceived trepidation to give Henne the full-time job. A weekly analysis of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ quarterback play: Chad Henne posted his 10th career 300-yard game in the Jaguars’ 35-19 loss to Denver. The move allowed Joeckel to switch to left tackle, his natural position but he fractured his ankle in his first half there, against the Rams in Week Five.
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      JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jaguars are stuck between quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne. Henne is the team’s starter for Sunday’s home game against San Diego because Gabbert is still limited with a left hamstring injury. But who will be the start…
      Source: ESPN.com
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      Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne was in Denver Sunday morning when he got the call from his wife, Brittany, that she was in labor with their first child. At 10:15 that night, while Henne was on the plane ride home, their son, Chace, was born. He’s 20 inch…

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