On Sunday the Jacksonville Jaguars stuck with Blake Bortles' normal practice routine: playing with the second-team offense. That should change Monday.
"I think he'll get some reps with the ones tomorrow," coach Gus Bradley said after Sunday's practice, per The Florida Times-Union. "I know the plan was sometime during this week."
The impressive rookie quarterback has earned a look with first-team after two exciting preseason outings against second- and third-team defenses.
Looks like Bortles will get time with the first time offense against the Lions on Friday, but the plan still remains to let Chad Henne start the season with Bortles on the bench. Like we said before, unless Henne starts winning, it will be tough for the Jags to not play Bortles sooner than later.