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TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted in the first round (10th overall) of the 2011 draft.
PRO: Third-year QB has played in 25 games with 24 starts … Only second QB drafted by the Jaguars in the first round as he was selected with the 10th overall pick in 2011 … Career totals include 372 of 691 passing for 3,876 yards with 21 TDs/17 INTs and a 70.2 rating ... Has 43 career completions of 20-plus yards (25 in 2011, 18 in 2012) ... Owns 5-19 record as a starter ... Has four career multi-TD passing games ... Has thrown two of the seven longest TD passes in team history including an 80-yard completion to Cecil Shorts on Sept. 23, 2012 at Indianapolis, the third-longest in team history ... Started the first 10 games in 2012 before he was placed on injured reserve on Nov. 21 with a right forearm/left shoulder injury ... Registered the four highest passing totals of his career in 2012 including a career-best 303 on Oct. 28 at Green Bay ... Set a franchise record for a rookie QB in 2011 with 14 starts … His 14 starts in 2011 were third-most among all rookie QBs (Cam Newton and Andy Dalton, 16 starts) … Was one of eight rookie QBs to attempt a pass in 2011 … Youngest QB in NFL history to start at least 13 games … Among active QBs, only four (Michael Vick, Alex Smith, Matthew Stafford and Josh Freeman) were younger than Gabbert (21 years, 345 days old) when they made their first start … Was one of four QBs selected in the first 12 picks, the third overall behind Cam Newton and Jake Locker … Two-year starter at Missouri where he posted an 18-8 record … Finished career with 6,822 passing yards, third-most in school history … Left school following his junior season …
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2012: Started the first 10 games … Completed 162 of 278 passes for 1,662 yards with nine TDs and six INTs for a 77.4 rating … Added 18 rushes for 56 yards … Finished with a 58.3 completion percentage … Missed the final six games after he was placed on injured reserve with a right forearm injury on Nov. 21 … Had 200-plus passing yards in three consecutive games for the first time in his career …Recorded 18 completions of 20-plus yards with three resulting in TDs … 9/9 at MIN: Completed 23 of 39 passes in season-opener for a career-high 260 passing yards and 96.1 rating. Had one-yard TD pass to Marcedes Lewis in the second quarter and hooked up with Cecil Shorts for a 39-yard scoring play in the fourth quarter. The TD pass to Shorts gave the Jaguars a one point lead with 20 seconds remaining in regulation. Added a two-point conversion pass to Justin Blackmon to build a 23-20 lead ... 9/16 vs. HOU: Had five-yard TD pass to Maurice Jones-Drew in the third quarter. Left game in fourth quarter with a glute injury. Finished 7 of 19 passing for 53 yards. ... 9/23 at IND: Hooked up with Cecil Shorts for an 80-yard TD pass that gave club a 22-17 lead with 45 seconds remaining, the longest completion of his career and tied for the third-longest in franchise history. Was 10 of 21 passing for 155 yards. ... 9/30 vs. CIN: Finished 23 of 34 passing (67.6 pct.) for 186 yards. Had a two yard TD pass to Marcedes Lewis in the second quarter. Threw first INT of season in fourth quarter that led to a Cincinnati field goal, snapping a streak of 130 consecutive passes without a pick ... 10/7 vs. CHI: Completed 17 of 33 passes for 142 yards with two INTs. Threw third quarter INT that was returned for a TD by Charles Tillman and followed with a fourth quarter INT that was returned for a score by Lance Briggs ... 10/21 at OAK: Connected with Cecil Shorts on a 42-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. Left the game in the second quarter with a left shoulder injury after completing eight of 12 passes for 110 yards ... 10/28 at GB: Set career highs for completions (27), attempts (49) and passing yards (303). Marked his first career 300+ yard passing game. Had four completions of 20-plus yards. Connected with offensive lineman Guy Whimper, who was lined up as a TE, on a one-yard TD pass in the second quarter ... 11/4 vs. DET: Was 27 of 38 passing for 220 yards with two TD and two INT. Set a new career high in completion percentage (71.0) and tied a career high in completions. Connected with Micheal Spurlock on a five-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter and Justin Blackmon on a six-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter ... 11/8 vs. IND: Threw for 209 yards on 18 of 31 passing with one INT. Completed a 52-yard pass to Cecil Shorts in the third quarter. Left the game in the fourth quarter with a left shoulder injury after a sack by Antoine Bethea ... 11/18 at HOU: Left the game in the first quarter with a right forearm/elbow injury after a Danieal Manning sack/forced fumble. Completed both his passing attempts for 24 yards... Was placed on injured reserve (forearm) on Nov. 21 ...
2011: Started 14 of 15 games, the most starts by a rookie QB in franchise history … Completed 210 of 413 passes (50.8 pct.) for 2,214 yards with 12 TDs/11 INTs for a 65.4 rating … Had TD passes in 10 of his 14 starts … Faced seven of the top 12 defenses in the NFL in his 14 starts … Was youngest QB to start in 2011 … Owns three of the top four marks for single-game passing attempts by a rookie … Became 14th different starting QB in franchise history and fourth rookie (Jonathan Quinn, 1998; David Garrard, 2002; Byron Leftwich, 2003) … Rushed 48 times for 98 yards … Had nine completions of 25-plus yards … 9/11 vs. TEN: Dressed but did not play … 9/18 at NYJ: Made NFL debut in the fourth quarter and finished five of six passing for 52 yards for a 102.8 rating in two offensive series. Became first rookie QB to see action for the club since Byron Leftwich in 2003 … 9/25 at CAR: Earned first career start and marked the earliest a rookie QB has started in franchise history. Was 12 of 21 passing for 139 yards with one TD and one INT for a 73.3 rating. Hooked up with WR Mike Thomas for a 36-yard TD pass as time expired in the first half for his first career TD pass … 10/2 vs. NO: Completed 16 of 42 passes for 196 yards with one TD and one INT. The 42 attempts tied for most by a rookie in franchise history (Leftwich, Dec. 12, 2003 vs. Miami). Hit TE Zach Miller with a 14-yard TD pass … 10/9 vs. CIN: Connected with WR Jason Hill on a 74-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter, the fifth-longest TD pass in franchise history. Was 15 of 28 passing for a career-high 221 yards for a 91.5 rating … 10/16 at PIT: Had a TD pass in fourth consecutive game as he finished 12 of 26 passing for 109 yards … 10/24 vs. BAL: Earned first career win, completing nine of 20 passes for 93 yards on Monday Night Football … 10/30 at HOU: Was 10 of 30 passing for 97 yards with one TD and one INT. Had a streak of 116 consecutive passes without throwing an INT snapped in the second quarter … 11/13 at IND: Threw for 118 yards on 14 of 21 passing with one TD and one INT for a 77.1 rating. Connected with WR Jarett Dillard for an 11-yard TD pass in the third quarter. Completed eight of nine passes for 70 yards and a TD in the second half. Earned first career road win … 11/20 at CLE: Registered 210 yards on 22 of 41 passing. Had three completions of 18-plus yards. Directed an 18-play, 92-yard drive in the second quarter, tied for the second-longest in team history for plays and was the … 11/27 at HOU: Was 13 of 29 passing for 136 yards with an INT. Was replaced midway through fourth quarter by Luke McCown … 12/5 at SD: Tossed a career-high two TD passes and completed 19 of 33 passes for 195 yards for an 82.3 rating. Both of his TD passes came in the second quarter to Maurice Jones-Drew (nine yards) and Cecil Shorts (five yards). Finished the first half 11 of 15 passing for 139 yards with a 113.6 rating … 12/11 vs. TB: Was 19 of 33 passing for 217 yards with two TDs and two INTs for a 72.4 rating. Marked second straight game with two TD passes. Had a 62-yard completion to TE Marcedes Lewis in the second quarter … 12/15 at ATL: Finished 12 of 22 passing for 141 yards with one TD and one INT for a 70.5 rating … 12/24 at TEN: Threw for 198 yards on 21 of 42 passing with one INT. Matched career-high and tied franchise record by a rookie with 42 attempts … 1/1 vs. IND: Set franchise record by a rookie QB with his 14 start. Finished 11 of 19 passing for 92 yards with one TD for an 88.0 rating. Hooked up with WR Chastin West for a 23-yard TD in the first quarter.
COLLEGE: Started 26 of 31 games in three seasons at Missouri … Career totals include 568 of 933 passing for 6,822 yards with 40 TDs and 18 INTs … Posted an 18-8 record as a starter … His 6,822 passing yards ranked third in school history while his passer efficiency rating of 132.59 is topped only by Chase Daniel (148.9) in school annals ... Had three 400-plus yard passing games including a career-high 468 yards against Baylor as a sophomore, the second-most in team history … Left school following his junior season … Started all 13 games as a junior … Completed 301 of 475 passes (63.4 pct.) for 3,186 yards with 16 TDs and nine INTs … Added 232 rushing yards on 112 carries … Directed team to 10-3 record and a share of the Big 12 Conference North Division title, only the third 10-win regular season in school history … Second-team Academic All-Big 12 selection … Threw for a school bowl-record 434 yards and a TD in the Insight Bowl … Set a school single-game record by completing 83.9 percent (26 of 31) against McNeese State … Started all 13 games as a sophomore in first season as a starter and guided team to eight wins … Earned second-team All-Big 12 honors … First-team Academic All-Big 12 selection … Totaled 262 of 445 passing for 3,593 yards with 24 TDs and nine INTs … Added 204 rushing yards and three TDs … Ranked second in Big 12 in passing efficiency (140.4) and fourth in total offense (292.1) … His 3,593 passing yards was third-highest in school history, surpassed only by Chase Daniel (4,335 in 2008; 4,306 in 2007) … Saw action in five games as a true freshman behind Chase Daniel … Completed 5 of 13 passes for 43 yards.
PERSONAL: Attended Parkway West High School (Ballwin, Mo.) … Played under head coach Mike Roth … Earned MVP honors at EA Sports Elite 11 QB camp prior to his senior season … Also played in U.S. Army All-America Bowl … Consensus No. 1 player in state of Missouri … Played in only five games as a senior, as he began the year with an injured foot, and then was lost for season with a shoulder injury … Finished with 623 passing yards and five TDs … Led team to 8-3 mark as a junior including a trip to state playoffs … Finished 119 of 231 passing with 1,523 yards and 20 TDs while rushing for 458 yards and eight TDs … Also lettered in baseball and earned all-conference honors … Heavily involved in team’s community efforts and has passion for children of military members ... Son of Chuck and Beverly Gabbert … Brother, Tyler also plays quarterback … Twitter handle is @BlaineGabbert … Full name: Blaine Williamson Gabbert.