Found February 09, 2013 on
When the Jacksonville Jaguars changed their coaching staff last month, there was immediate speculation that one of the biggest needs for the team was at the quarterback position. On Friday however, it was learned that the Jacksonville Jaguars will now build around a quarterback currently on their roster, Blaine Gabbert. Gabbert finished the season on the team’s injured reserve list.
Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell told the Florida Times-Union that he intends to stick with Gabbert, who is entering his third year in the league. Caldwell also told the newspaper that he doesn’t envision the Jaguars being major players in the free agency process, opting instead to rebuild the team through the draft process.
In regards to free agency, Caldwell said the following. “We’ll be active in free agency but we’re not going to be overly active. We’re not going after high-priced free agents. We’ll be ready if something we like presents itself, but we’re not going to make a big splash.”
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Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell told the Florida Times Union the organization plans to “build around” quarterback Blaine Gabbert. The 23-year-old Gabbert, who Jacksonville traded up six spots to take out of the University of Missouri with the 10th … Continue reading →
According to a Tony Paulino (of NFL Draft Insiders) report based around discussions at the Senior Bowl and subsequent discussions with Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell it seems that Jacksonville is planning to enter 2013 with Blaine Gabbert at the helm of the offense. Among the people disappointed by this news: Chad Henne. And one would assume a not insignificant portion of the Jaguars fan base…
There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert has been a major disappointment so far during his NFL career.
According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, the consensus at the Senior Bowl is that the Jaguars planning on giving Gabbert one more year to prove whether he belongs in the NFL or not.
If the Jacksonville Jaguars target a quarterback...
The Jaguars have needs on both sides of the ball, including QB. Where do they do in the draft?
Here is a look at the first two rounds of the draft.
1 Chiefs - Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
2 Jaguars - Jarvis Jones, DE, Georgia
3 Raiders - Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M
4 Eagles - DeMarcus Milliner, CB, Alabama
5 Lions - Bjoern...
Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net writs that the consensus among those he spoke with at this year’s Senior Bowl was that the Jacksonville Jaguars will most likely give Blaine Gabbert another shot at proving he can be their guy.
Pauline mentions that there’s a chance that Jacksonville could target Arizona QB Matt Scott in the later rounds of the draft. Pauline adds that...
The U.S. Women’s National Team is in Jacksonville for a friendly on Saturday against Scotland. Alex Morgan and Hope Solo took a little tour of EverBank Field today and met with some members of the Jaguars team and staff.
Who knows, maybe new owner Shahid Khan wants some of their winning attitude to rub off on his organization.
Above, that’s Alex Morgan with Jaguars DT Tyson Alualu...
Few teams are as blessed as the San Francisco 49ers. It is hard to be very good in every aspect of the game. When you look at the New England Patriots, you have a spectacular offense with tremendous firepower, yet a very suspect defense. If you are strong in one area, it is likely you are weak in another. That is the nature of parity. Team owners try to balance that by drafting...