Freestyle snowmobile- Jason Semler & Alex Gabbert flips and crashing
PFW's Eric Edholm talks to Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert about his Pro Day performance, boycotting the draft and whether he should be the #1 pick.
Blaine Gabbert and Da'Quan Bowers have been at the top of Mock Drafts for months. As Gabbert, Bowers, and other prospects competed in their pro days, whose draft stock is rising? Whose is sliding? PFW's Nolan Nawrocki weighs in.
While quarterbacks like Blaine Gabbert, Jake Locker and Cam Newton have garnered heavy media attention, other quarterbacks are making their own case for moving up NFL draft boards.
It's becoming more likely that QB-needy teams with mid-to-late picks are going to trade out of the first round. Why? After Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert, the drop-off is steep.
PFW's Hub Arkush presents the winners and losers of the first day of the NFL Draft. And Blaine Gabbert may have slid further into the draft than expected, but the team that claimed him was a big winner.
While Blaine Gabbert remained seated longer than expected Thursday night, the Jaguars became big winners when they traded up to select him. Hub Arkush delivers the rest of the winners and losers from round one of the draft.
The Jaguars landed Gabbert. The Falcons snagged Julio. The Saints picked up two first-rounders. So who were the biggest winners of the first round? PFW's Hub Arkush and Eric Edholm debate.
Blaine Gabbert was the top QB on PFW's board, and the third signal-caller drafted a week ago. Did the Jaguars' trade to snag him tenth overall earn them the best draft grade in the AFC South?
Jack Del Rio's time in Jacksonville looks to be coming to a close mid-season. What could keep him from being fired? The way we hear it, there's only one thing: Blaine Gabbert.
Blaine Gabbert is having the worst statistical season of any QB in the NFL and Philip Rivers is having his worst season ever. When they face off on Monday night, will one of them surprise us?
It was an NFL season dominated by stellar rookie performances of Cam Newton, Von Miller, Aldon Smith and more. But of the few rookie disappointments, Blaine Gabbert may have been the biggest.
Mike Mularkey has officially been named the Jaguars new head coach, and he has a to-do list on both sides of the ball, including working with Blaine Gabbert, and possibly working without Mel Tucker.
Blaine Gabbert's rookie year in Jacksonville was rough enough to give the Jaguars the NFL's worst offense. Can he step up enough under a new coach in Year Two to help the Jags compete?
Panthers GM Hurney may look to replace 2nd year QB Clausen
The 2011 draft features a few very talented signal-callers that should be taken in the first round.