The future of Blaine Gabbert's career in a Jacksonville Jaguars uniform was put into question Wednesday when head coach Mike Mularkey announced the second-year veteran would be placed on injured reserve for the remainder of the 2012 season.
While the ball has been put in the hands of Chad Henne for the next six games this season, it will be up to the coaching staff and management to decide if the former Miami starter is the future of this team or if Gabbert gets another chance to become this team's leader.
The Jaguars could also use this time to evaluate the position and go in a different direction next season. Again, a lot depends on what happens during the rest of the season.
Here are some options the team could be looking at for 2013, either by trade, the draft or free agency. Some are just part of the status quo.