Blaine Gabbert will return to his starting QB role for the Jags this Sunday. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
The Jacksonville Jaguars will start Blaine Gabbert at quarterback this weekend, returning Chad Henne to the backup role. ESPN's Adam Schefter has reported that head coach Gus Bradley has moved Gabbert to the top of the depth chart after the third-year quarterback sat out for two weeks with a hand laceration.
Gabbert started the first game of the season against the Chiefs, but was replaced by Henne after cutting open his throwing hand late in the contest. The laceration required 15 stitches to close following the game.
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