Henne could benefit by landing in Jacksonville

Serving as the top backup QB in Jacksonville isn’t the worst position to be in right now.

The Jaguars would be attractive to any backup quarterback, especially a young one who would basically get the chance to resurrect his career. That holds true for Chad Henne, who was having a decent season in 2011 before he was injured.

Clearly, Blaine Gabbert struggled as a rookie. If that happens again under new coach Mike Mularkey, a player like Henne could have a shot at a renaissance. Henne is scheduled to meet with the Jaguars before visiting the Seahawks.

If Henne gets the chance, a season in Jacksonville could improve his market value and boost the odds that he’ll start again in the future.

— Michael Lombardi

Follow Michael Lombardi on Twitter @michaelombardi

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