As of now, the Jacksonville Jaguars have two options as their starting QB for the fall -- 2011 first-rounder Blaine Gabbert and former Dolphins second-rounder Chad Henne. Henne had more success than Gabbert in 2012, but has a lower ceiling as a pro than the 23-year-old. Then again, he likely has a higher floor as well. (He is what he is, in NFL coach-speak). The club may have another passer in the mix by training camp, however, as some have suggested that they could use the No. 2 or the No. 33 pick on a prospect at the position (Geno Smith or otherwise).
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