Chad Henne | QB | Jacksonville Jaguars
Posted: 9/15/2014 3:20pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne is still the starting quarterback for now, according to head coach Gus Bradley.
Huddle Up: No Jaguar offensive player has much fantasy value as long as Henne is the starting quarterback and the offensive line is in shambles. It's that simple.
Posted: 8/23/2014 11:32am et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne will start the Week 1 game ahead of rookie QB Blake Bortles, head coach Gus Bradley said Friday, Aug. 22.
Huddle Up: The plan all along was to start Henne but you have to question this decision with the way Bortles has played. A couple of years ago it was Matt Flynn who was supposed to start in Seattle but Russell Wilson beat him out. It's not that Henne has played poorly this preseason but after watching both quarterbacks, it's hard to believe he gives Jacksonville a better chance to win than Bortles. The rookie will be under center at some point this season. Bortles should be targeted early in dynasty leagues.
Posted: 8/15/2014 3:54pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne will start in the team's Week 1 game, according to head coach Gus Bradley.
Huddle Up: Lost in the excitement over first-round pick Blake Bortles' strong preseason, is that Henne has had a productive one as well, and at this point, Bradley is simply saying that the veteran incumbent has done nothing to lose his job. But will Henne hold on to it all season? The guess here would be no, although much depends on how the Jags are faring as a team.
Posted: 8/9/2014 2:56pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne is the team's starting quarterback, head coach Gus Bradley reiterated Saturday, Aug. 9.
Huddle Up: Rookie Blake Bortles had a strong performance Friday night but Henne is entrenched as Jacksonville's starter. There's a good chance Bortles starts at some point during the 2014 season, but it won't be in Week 1.
Posted: 7/31/2014 8:37pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne is in no danger of losing his starting job at this point, according to head coach Gus Bradley. Henne has looked comfortable during practice and is performing well.
Huddle Up: Of course many onlookers are wondering when third-overall pick Blake Bortles takes over -- that's how it goes with first-round QB draft picks -- but for those looking for backup QBs in deep re-draft leagues right now, Henne is your man.
Posted: 7/28/2014 4:00pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne has been stellar in the team's first three days of training camp, according to head coach Gus Bradley. Bradley added that Henne looks comfortable and has shown a mastery of the offense.
Huddle Up: Henne is almost certain to begin the year as Jacksonville's starting QB, as the team brings rookie Blake Bortles along slowly. However, Henne is nothing more than a borderline QB2 for fantasy purposes.
Posted: 6/27/2014 12:36am et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne has support within the organization and the team is rallying behind him, according to Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley.
Huddle Up: Veterans typically have the support of their teammates, but Bradley also said that third-overall pick Blake Bortles will get first-team reps in training camp so the outlook could shift if the rook shows well early.
Posted: 5/21/2014 12:30pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley reiterated that the team wants to give QB Blake Bortles a year to develop behind QB Chad Henne. 'We really felt comfortable with (Henne) coming back, with a another year in the system,' Bradley said. 'And I think it gave us flexibility. Then when Blake was there available for us, we really wanted to capture that opportunity. We do feel good about where Blake's at, but we feel like this time that he has under Chad - a year to develop - will be really good in the end result.'
Huddle Up: It's a solid plan assuming injuries and fate allow the Jaguars to stick to it. And it's certainly something to keep in mind in redraft leagues, where Henne will have value and Bortles most likely won't.
Posted: 5/9/2014 4:11pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell said QB Chad Henne will enter the 2014 season as the starting quarterback, with QB Blake Bortles getting a chance to develop without the pressure of having to win games. 'It's such an important position in this league and you want to do it right,' Caldwell said. 'That's what we're about. ... We have to make it work. We can't just throw him out there. We've seen what happens when that happens.'
Huddle Up: Most scouting reports referenced Bortles' need for a year or two of development at the NFL level, and having Henne allows the Jaguars to be patient with their recent acquisition.
Posted: 3/7/2014 11:22pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Chad Henne will make $8 million as part of his two-year deal, and the contract includes $4.5 million guaranteed in the first year, according to a league source.
Huddle Up: That's good money for a backup, which is what Henne projects to be with the Jaguars holding the third overall selection and their being three quarterbacks considered top-10 picks in this draft class. At least Henne is a capable backup who won't kill the fantasy value of Justin Blackmon and Cecil Shorts if he's forced into action.
Posted: 1/31/2014 2:45pm et
Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said he will reach out to the agent for QB Chad Henne before free agency starts.
Huddle Up: Henne would be a great backup option for the Jaguars, assuming they decide to draft a quarterback. Henne has been more effective than Blaine Gabbert the past two seasons, so bringing him back in that capacity would be a status quo move for the Jaguars--and lately the status quo in Jacksonville hasn't been particularly good.