JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles has spent his offseason training in California.
Following a disappointing season in which his first NFL head coach was fired, Bortles has been working to improve his throwing motion with a pair of passing gurus.
While he has been away from Jacksonville, several questions have lingered: Should the Jaguars bring in quarterback competition for Bortles? Can he improve his game moving forward? How will he mesh with the new regime?
First Coast News’ Curtis Dvoark sat down with Bortles to go over several big topics that are on the minds of Jaguars fans. From a potential competition with Tony Romo to Doug Marrone being held on as head coach, Bortles offered his takes on the Jaguars’ offseason.