Found March 28, 2013 on This Given Sunday:
Blaine Gabbert has had a rough start to his NFL career. He's currently working with his fourth head coach and third offensive coordinator. That type of instability stunted Alex Smith's career early on, and it may be having a similar effect on Gabbert's career. That instability hasn't stopped anonymous critics from slamming the Jaguars' "franchise" (I use that term incredibly loosely in this case) quarterback. Now, Gabbert is speaking up a bit about what he thinks about anonymous criticism. "It pissed me off quite a bit, just because you learn to trust your coaches because you spend so much time with them. That’s starting now. April 2 through whenever your last game is, you’re with them countless hours every day, six or seven days a week," Gabbert told John Oehser of Jaguars.com. "You learn to value their opinion, trust it. It’s a close-knit grip. When you have an anonymous source saying something that couldn’t be further from ...
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