His play hasn't exactly inspired confidence in the future of the team as he was known as "Blame Gabbert," as the team sunk to a 2-14 record last season.
Gabbert said the criticism isn't fair and wishes those who say things about him would speak up.
"It pissed me off quite a bit, just because you learn to trust your coaches because you spend so much time with them. That’s starting now. April 2 through whenever your last game is, you’re with them countless hours every day, six or seven days a week," Gabbert said to Jaguars.com. "You learn to value their opinion, trust it. It’s a close-knit grip. When you have an anonymous source saying something that couldn’t be further from the truth, it pisses me off. Like I always said, ‘Put your name on it.’"