Prowling The Web: What’s Chad Henne’s future?


Chad Henne training camp profile – Rant Sports

"Jacksonville is firmly committed to Bortles as their starting quarterback now and going forward, as they should be even with his struggles at times last season. Henne is back in place as No. 2 on the depth chart for the final year of his two-year deal, and barring something completely unforeseen he will not face significant competition for the role during training camp. Stephen Morris and Jeff Tuel will compete for the third spot on the depth chart during camp and preseason games, and the loser could land on Jacksonville’s practice squad.Henne’s perceived value as a veteran mentor for Bortles exceeds anything he is capable of on the field at this point, and all indications are he embraced that role after being benched last season"

5 most crucial training camp battles to watch – Bleacher Report

"Despite all this, it will likely come down to their battle in training camp. Wiz may have experience, but if he can’t beat Bowanko in training camp, it’ll be hard to start him.Bowanko is aware of the entire situation and will be coming hard at training camp. This is a chance to prove that he’s the deserving starter, and Wiz better be ready for Bowanko at his best."

Was T.J. Yeldon criticized by Nick Saban? – First Coast News

"The “ran out of bounds” part of that assessment is interesting for two reasons. For one, running out of bounds involves only offensive players and two, Alabama only had two premier offensive players in the draft, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper and Jacksonville Jaguars running back T.J. Yeldon."

Is Dough Marrone looking for the Jags’ head coaching job? – HNGN

"“Some league sources think Marrone is aiming for Gus Bradley’s job as the Jaguars’ head coach and is hoping to be the choice to replace Bradley if there is a change during or after the 2015 season,” Charlie Campbell of WalterFootball reports. “According to sources, Bradley seems to be on more firm footing in Jacksonville, but needs to show improvement with the Jaguars, though he isn’t expected to make a push into the post-season. Thus, it wouldn’t be surprising if Marrone is jockeying to land a different head-coaching job next offseason.”"

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