If there was any doubt that the Jaguars would be sticking with Blaine Gabbert at quarterback, new Head Coach Mike Mularkey erased all of it today by saying that there would be no competition for the starting job. Gabbert struggled mightily as a rookie, but they got him two new receivers this offseason and they invested the 10th overall pick on him in 2011. They did sign backup Chad Henne, but he’s hardly a proven starter in this league either. They’ll give Gabbert one more chance and if he struggles, some, including GM Gene Smith could be fired. In that case, Gabbert would have a lot less job security.