Found October 21, 2012 on The Jaggernaut:
On a day in which the Jaguars gave away a considerable lead to the Raiders, we may have a bit of good news. Per Mike Florio of PFT, sources with knowledge of the situation say the Jaguars don't believe quarterback Blaine Gabbert has any broken bones. According to the source, an MRI is scheduled for Monday to verify what exactly Gabbert's injury is. Gabbert was pulled from the game after sustaining an injury while getting tackled in the backfield on a play in which a defensive offsides penalty was called. The news gives us hope that we won't have to see Chad Henne play against the Green Bay Packers next weekend.
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