Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert will undergo an MRI on Monday to explore hamstring and toe injuries. Gabbert was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Houston Texans early, though there didn't appear to be too much concern over the injury at that time. Head coach Mike Mularkey called the injury a strain and said they decided to keep Gabbert out of action so as not to risk making it worse.
Gabbert finished the day 7-19 for 53 yards, which was indicative of Jacksonville's overall offensive effort. They managed a meager 117 total yards on the day.
Chad Henne would start in Gabbert's place if Gabbert were forced to miss action. Henne completed two passes for 23 yards in relief on Sunday.