That's good to hear. He is a solid backup and could start the first few games of the season if needed after we draft our new QB. Not lookin good for Mr. Gabbert
http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/po...een-jags-henneHenne is obviously a better option than Blaine Gabbert, the former No. 1 pick who threw one touchdown pass and seven interceptions in three starts this past season. Henne wants to be back, too.