Carolina Panthers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: Offensive players to watch

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"It's this simple: I'm looking for the best person to lead this offense", Marrone said following that game. "We feel like we're going to put him in there, so we're excited about seeing him".

Ramsey, 22, initially began training camp on the PUP list, but resumed practicing on a limited basis on August 12.

This news comes as a bit of a surprise and shows just how far Bortles has fallen out of favor with Jacksonville's new regime. Bortles consistently failed to hit open receivers during the 2016 season, which caused him to finish the year with 23 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. For a group of starters that has been together for more than three seasons, it could be too little, too late.

If it's Henne, then I contend it signals the end of Blake Bortles as a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Jacksonville Jaguars will play a home game against the Carolina Panthers next week in their third preseason game.

Henne, 32, has started 22 games (5-17) in four seasons with the Jaguars and has appeared in seven others. I'm just going to see how the practices go. After 53 career starts and appearances in 65 games, Henne has 58 touchdowns, 63 interceptions and has completed 59.3 percent of his passes.

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Combine that with head coach Doug Marrone's less-than-stinging endorsement of Bortles' play, and signs are pointing to Henne starting over Bortles. He has also had an uneven training camp. His performances since being one of the top picks on the 2014 NFL Draft for the Jaguars have been quite underwhelming, putting him on the hot seat as the starter this year.

The Jaguars putting Bortles on waivers would be the most likely scenario of the two moves.

Is it a breakdown of mechanics, release point, weight shift and transfer, or simply a lack of confidence that is the issue with Bortles?

Giving the job to Henne would all but guarantee Bortles plays elsewhere in 2018, given his scheduled $19 million salary in the final year of his contract.

The other option would be cutting Bortles, which would be yet another miss on a first-round draft pick for a franchise that hasn't had a winning record since 2007 and has finished with double-digit losses for six consecutive seasons.

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