JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars are carrying their quarterback competition into training camp.
The Jaguars ended a three-day minicamp Thursday - the final practice of the offseason - without naming a starter or moving much closer to deciding on one.
Former top-10 draft pick Blaine Gabbert remains the front-runner, but general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley insist it's a wide-open competition that's likely to stretch into the preseason.
Chad Henne, rookie Matt Scott and recent addition Mike Kafka also are in the mix.
Caldwell says, ``We don't feel there's much of a rush. When it presents itself and we feel good about it, that somebody's the flat-out winner, we'll do it. We've got to go through camp and some preseason games to figure it out.''

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