With the offseason underway, the Jaguars have plenty of tough decisions to make. Throughout our daily "Roster Reconstruction" series, we'll take a look at those key decisions at every position. Today, we'll focus on the quarterback position.
Editor's Note: This series only features players who were on the active roster or injured reserve last season. Future/reserve players will not be included in this series.
Outlook: The Jaguars signed Bortles to a three-year, $54 million contract on Saturday. A four-year starter, Bortles is entering the veteran phase of his career. He will need to guide the Jaguars back to the playoffs to avoid the critics.
Kaye's Take (Staying or Going?): Come on, guys. He's back.
Outlook: Henne has played just a handful of snaps over the last three years. He has been a backup and mentor to Bortles during his four-year career.
Kaye's Take (Staying or Going?): When Bortles was making draft-pick money, Henne's lofty salary made sense. Now that Bortles will average $18 million per year, it makes sense to find a cheaper backup in the draft. Henne should be available after the draft if the team can't find the right rookie successor. Still, I believe he will move on this offseason.
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