Like everyone else who follows football news, Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert has heard the unflatterng news about some how anonymous coaches calling him "Blame" Gabbert and questioning his abilities.
"It pissed me off quite a bit, just because you learn to trust your coaches because you spend so much time with them," Gabbert told Jaguars.com, via Dan Hanzus of NFL.com. "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. 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 the truth, it pisses me off. Like I always said, 'Put your name on it.' If you're going to say something to the media, say it to me. Say who said it. No need to hide behind a computer screen or an anonymous source name when you're trying to make a point."