From all indications, the Jaguars' new ownership and staff believes Blaine Gabbert has what it takes to become their franchise quarterback.
That sort of optimism wasn't shared by the previous regime.
A former Jags assistant told Yahoo Sports' Michael Silver that Gabbert is known as "Blame Gabbert" around the team's facility because "nothing's ever his fault."
Silver adds that there are "internal knocks on Gabbert's intangibles (leadership, attitude, accountability)," as well as an ever-present skittish pocket presence.
In his two seasons with Jacksonville, Gabbert has continually displayed happy feet in the pocket, at times looking completely unsure of where to go with the football. Despite the Jaguars' lack of offensive talent, his lack of growth -- and apparent absence of responsibility -- unsurprisingly wore thin within the organization.
Whether that notion remains true with new GM Dave Caldwell and head coach Gus Bradley is unclear. But it's not going to stop the cl...