JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--After struggling for two straight days, the Jaguars offense came to life today courtesy of two quarterbacks. Both Chad Henne and Blaine Gabbert were much more accurate today than Monday or Tuesday. "We are not just judging the quarterbacks on their completion percentage, we are constantly evaulating them," said Jags Coach Gus Bradley.
The Jags coach also announced that Maurice Jones Drew would play for the team Saturday night in New York. Jones-Drew has played very little preseason football for this Jaguars team.
Missing from practice today: Luke Joeckel, Cecil Shorts III, Brandon Deaderick, with Eugene Monroe and Uche Nwaneri with scheduled veteran days off. Marcedes Lewis was also scheduled to have a day off, but opted to participate in practice.
The Jags have one more scheduled practice tomorrow before flying to New York on Friday and playing the Jets Saturday night.