According to the Associated Press' Mark Long, Blaine Gabbert is struggling with short passes in OTAs.
According to Yahoo Sports, Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell plans to spend "much of the year" evaluating quarterbacks in the 2014 class, including Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater and Clemson's Tajh Boyd.
GM David Caldwell reiterated Tuesday that the Jaguars are going to give Blaine Gabbert a "fair chance" to prove whether he's the "long-term solution" at quarterback.
The Jaguars used advanced metrics from the website Pro Football Focus to help determine their draft pick of Luke Joeckel at No. 2 overall.
John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site considers Blaine Gabbert the favorite to start Week 1.
Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne are rotating snaps with the first-team offense in Jaguars' voluntary workouts.
Blaine Gabbert reportedly "struggled" during team drills at Tuesday's minicamp practice.
Appearing on ESPN's NFL Live Tuesday, GM Dave Caldwell remained noncommittal on Blaine Gabbert's chances of opening the season as the Jaguars' starting quarterback.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora insists the Jaguars' public confidence in Blaine Gabbert is a "smokescreen."
Blaine Gabbert (left shoulder, right forearm) will participate when the Jaguars begin their offseason program in mid-April.
Blaine Gabbert insists he "welcomes" competing for the Jaguars' starting job, and admits 2013 is a make-or-break year for his NFL future.
A source tells the Times Union that Blaine Gabbert's 2012 right forearm injury contained nerve damage.
According to a former Jaguars assistant, Blaine Gabbert is known as "Blame Gabbert" around the Jags' facility, and there are "internal knocks" on his leadership, attitude and accountability.
The Florida Times-Union says even though there will be a quarterback competition in Jaguars camp, it will likely be Blaine Gabbert's "job to lose."