Found December 08, 2012 on
You either jealous or confused right now. Yes the above photo is of Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Hennne. Yes, he is wearing a green and white striped onesie. The photo was posted by his wife Brittany on Facebook. The two have been a couple since they he was 14. Chad Henne is now 27. Will the Henne’s continue to be happy with an upcoming game against the New York Jets? Maybe. Since taking over for an injured and ineffective Blaine Gabbert, Henne has thrown for 817 yards and 7 touchdowns. Major props to Chad for wearing this outfit, and even bigger ones if I can keep my wife from getting any ideas.

Chad Henne pictured wearing onesie

Apparently onesies aren’t just for kids anymore. Just days ago, we brought you Patriots running back Stevan Ridley wearing a onesie in a local television commercial. Apparently Ridley just started a trend for the rest of the NFL. We don’t have a lot of context for this photo, but we do know it features Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne and his wife, and that it was...

Jason Babin fined $21,00 for Fitzpatrick hit

In his first game as a Jacksonville Jaguar, DE Jason Babin's shot to Buffalo Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's head will cost him $21,000, the league announced. It is his third fine this year. He was fined and $15,750 for roughing up Brandon Weeden in Week 1 and $15,750 in Week 3 for a horse collar tackle. Babin was surprisingly released by the Philadelphia Eagles, only to...

Jacksonville Colleges Daniel Skinner Dunked from One Step Past the FT Line

Tyler, Texas -- Jacksonville Jaguars (Texas) sophomore Daniel Skinner flies from one step past the free throw line for the incredible dunk Wednesday against Tyler Junior College. The Apaches,... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Montell Owens Fares Well vs. Jets

Jacksonville fullback Montell Owens ran for 91 yards on 14 carries and also scored a touchdown Sunday against the Jets.Fantasy Spin:Not bad for the last man standing in the Jaguars' backfield. Owens could find himself as Jacksonville's starting tailback again in Week 15 versus Miami.

Cecil Shorts Remains Absent From Practice Friday

Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts III (concussion) missed a third day of practice Friday and it's looking less and less likely that he'll play Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Shorts passed a post-concussion test this week but is somehow still suffering from symptoms. Kevin Elliot is the next man up on Jacksonville's depth chart, but Jordan Shipley could see increased targets in the slot...

Jaguars will be short a receiver with Shorts out

The Jacksonville Jaguars won't have wide receiver Cecil Shorts available for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. Shorts sustained a concussion in last week's game against Buffalo and was ruled out on Friday. He hadn't practiced all week while dealing with concussion symptoms. The second-year player is in the midst of a breakout season with a team-leading...

Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts Ruled Out Of Week 14

Ryan O’Halloran reports that Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts has officially been ruled out of Week 14′s matchup against the New York Jets. Shorts suffered a concussion during last week’s game and hasn’t been able to practice at all this week. He’s still dealing with concussion symptoms, so it’s hard to say whether or not he’ll even be available for next weekend’s game...

Justin Blackmon Held To 57 Yards vs. Jets

With Cecil Shorts III sidelined with a concussion, Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon drew 12 targets from QB Chad Henne Sunday against the Jets.Fantasy Spin:Blackmon finished with six catches for 57 yards. The reward is higher with Chad Henne at QB over Blaine Gabbert but the rookie is still a shaky receiver play in the fantasy playoffs, especially when Shorts returns.

Junior College Basketball Player Dunks From Free Throw Line (Video)

You don’t typically expect to see highlight-reel dunks from tiny junior colleges in east Texas, but alas, Daniel Skinner of Jacksonville College has provided us with one. Skinner took off from the free throw line against Tyler Junior College and slammed it home. Unfortunately the dunk didn’t count since the ref improperly called Skinner for a charge. Skinner is averaging 14.9...

Jaguars Keeping Chad Henne & Blaine Gabbert In Place For Next Season?

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Jacksonville Jaguars are likely evaluating QB Chad Henne for the remainder of the season with the intentions of giving him a shot to compete with Blaine Gabbert again next season. “My guess is both quarterbacks will be back there next season, but Jacksonville would have no problems going with Henne, especially if he performs well down the...

Jets Wanted Chad Henne, Not Tim Tebow, to Compete With Mark Sanchez for Quarterback Job

The quarterback controversy in New York appears to have no end in sight. And another wrinkle just made it even more complicated. Mark Sanchez is keeping his starting job, for now. But after being benched for third-stringer Greg McElroy last week, and chants for Tim Tebow continuing to fill the stands at MetLife Stadium, Sanchez may not have that job for very long. Now, as the Jets...

Initial Reaction – Ugly But Winning Football, Jets Move To 6-7

It has been far from pretty but the New York Jets have won two games in a row and three of their last four after today’s 17-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Somehow they remain relevant in the AFC Playoff picture for the final wild-card spot, thanks to losses from both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals today. The Jets have fully embraced their 2009 style of...
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