JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Chad Henne will be the Jaguars' starting quarterback against San Diego on Sunday.
After that, though, things still remain up in the air. Coach Gus Bradley said Blaine Gabbert's strained left hamstring will take a couple weeks to heal, but he did not want to talk about whether Gabbert or Henne will be the team's starter when the Jaguars play San Francisco in London on Oct. 27.
"...We haven't really talked about that yet and right now it’s not even an option to talk about," Bradley said, according to the Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran. "Chad’s in there so we just say, 'OK, let’s go.' We’ll see what happens."
The Jaguars have posted their two best offensive outputs of the season the past two weeks with Henne taking the majority of the snaps (22 against St. Louis and all 72 against Denver).
Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars content from around the web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:
• The T-U's Vito Stellino sat down with receiver Mike Brown for a Q&A. Brown is coming off his first appearance since he suffered a fractured vertebrae in his back in the season opener.
• O'Halloran has five observations from Sunday's 35-19 loss to Denver. He breaks down the differences between the fake punts each team ran.
• Bradley defends defensive end Andre Branch in Stellino's notebook from Monday.
• Here's a roundup of items from this blog: Shorts says he doesn't want to wear a sling and would rather feel the pain from his injured SC joint; the weekly Upon Further Review in which I break down four hot issues from Sunday's game; ESPN fantasy football experts Eric Karabell joins Prim Siripipat to discuss Justin Blackmon and other key developments from Week 6.