JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars are back on the practice field for day two of their voluntary mini-camp.
While Gus Bradley's style and energy continues to be a topic, there is a lot of intrigue on what kind of offense new coordinator Jedd Fisch will feature.
The Jaguars players say it will be a fast pace, up tempo offense featuring a good amount of no-huddle.
"We have plays to get the ball to everyone," said Fisch. "We have to figure how we're going to do that."
It will be the quarterback's responsibility to distribute the ball, but right now the Jags do not know who their starting QB is going to be in the fall.
Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne are rotating reps with the first team in this mini-camp and that's something the Jaguars anticipate will happen into training camp.
The Jaguars will eventually bring in another quarterback in the near future and that could happen as soon as next week in the NFL Draft.
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