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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 stretch here,” adds Schefter.
If this doesn’t raise the hopes of a fanbase nothing will. In all seriousness, neither quarterback looks to be a long-term solution for Jacksonville, but a limited draft class in terms of quarterback talent could persuade them wait another season before addressing the position again.
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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...
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?...
Quarterback Chad Henne is enjoying a career resurgence as the new lead-man for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
If you let him tell it, regardless of how the chips would have fallen, he would have seen the field this year as he was heavily recruited by the New York Jets to back-up Mark Sanchez.
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Despite their shortcomings this season, the New York Jets face a pretty workable task Sunday in the Jacksonville Jaguars.However, the Jaguars have one thing going for them -- their backup quarterback. Jacksonville signal-caller Chad Henne, who took over under center a few weeks ago for the injured Blaine Gabbert, is slated to face a familiar foe this week -- one he should have a...
After a disappointing loss to the Buffalo Bills, the Jacksonville Jaguars look like the same team as last year. Season’s like the Jaguars have are usually about growth and seeing the growth rewarded with victories. At 2-10, the Jags are looking like they have regressed. Many people, including myself, thought this team was ascending and growing into a potentially playoff caliber...
Chad Henne, who spent his first four NFL seasons with the Miami Dolphins under then-coach Tony Sparano, has sparked a modicum of fire in the Jacksonville Jaguars' offense since taking over for Blaine Gabbert in Week 11.
Sparano, now offensive coordinator with the New York Jets, is embroiled in a full-on quarterback controversy between starter Mark Sanchez and backups Tim Tebow...
With the Jets embroiled in a full-blown quarterback controversy, Jaguars starter Chad Henne said he considered signing with the Jets this offseason, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, who was the Dolphins head coach when Henne was Miamis starting quarterback, tried to recruit the journeyman to come to New York this offseason as...
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...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has suspended Washington Redskins cornerback Cedric Griffin for four games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
Washington’s Cedric Griffin is suspended without pay for team’s next four games for violating NFL policy on performance enhancing substances
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 4, 2012
Jets coach Rex Ryan reportedly is expected to name Mark Sanchez the team's starting quarterback for its Week 14 showdown with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Arizona Cardinals have released tight end Todd Heap.
Cardinals released veteran TE Todd Heap.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 4, 2012
This is not a surprise at all. There were rumors floating around that this might happen because of how unhappy Cardinals head coach Ken Wisenhunt was with how Heap couldn’t stay healthy.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Arizona Cardinals have released TE Todd Heap.
Heap, 32, has been inactive for 10 straight games, despite the fact that he’s no longer dealing with issues related to a previous knee injury that he suffered. Heap apparently hasn’t been able to practice at full speed, which is why the team had held him out of game-action.
It’s hard to imagine...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter seems to believe there’s a good chance University of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly is coaching in the NFL next season.
“I will be surprised if Chip Kelly is not coaching in the NFL next year,” Schefter said while talking on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, via Black Sports Online.
“It would be an upset if he’s not in the NFL next year. Just on the basis...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter made an appearance on Mike and Mike in the Morning and indicated that NFL teams view USC quarterback Matt Barkley as a late first-round pick in next April’s draft.
This isn’t a surprise at all since Barkley was less than impressive this season. You could argue that he should have entered last year’s draft after his junior year. He certainly would have...
Fantasy Football News -Updating a previous item from the Fantasy Football Junkie, Mike Tomlin said Ben “was able to make all the necessary throws” and showed “good velocity” on his passes. It has been confirmed by ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Big Ben is expected to make the start this weekend, and although he’s not 100%, he is ready to go back out there. He also notes the...