PhotosJacksonville Jaguars quarterback David Garrard will miss Thursday’s preseason opener.
JACKSONVILLE -- David Garrard is out, Blaine Gabbert is in and Todd Bouman is once again off the tractor.
Jacksonville's quarterback situation got scrambled a bit Tuesday when coach Jack Del Rio ruled Garrard out of Thursday's preseason opener at New England. The Jaguars signed the 39-year-old Bouman, making this his seventh stint with the franchise in the last five years. Garrard tweaked his back during practice Thursday and hasn't done anything on the field since. Garrard will make the trip to New England, but several teammates will stay behind for treatment, rest or precautionary reasons. The former Missouri standout had 40 touchdowns, 18 interceptions and an 18-8 record in two seasons as a starter. He's been able to work with the first-team offense the last five days, repetitions that should help him prepare for the Patriots. Del Rio said the team is simply being cautious with Garrard and that he should be able to return Saturday. Signing Bouman gives the Jaguars a fill-in who is familiar with the system, someone who can play against the Patriots and still allow the offense to function and provide coaches a chance to evaluate reserves vying for roster spots. Tim Tebow said the night was about helping kids and the support of celebrities and friends who came out on Friday for a reception and banquet the night before his foundation’s celebrity golf classic at the TPC Sawgrass Players Stadium Course.

But talk usually turns to football when it comes to Tebow and the Heisman Trophy winner for the University of Florida, and the Nease graduate indicated he might not be done with giving the NFL another attempt.
It just might not happen at the first NFL veterans combine on March 22 at the Arizona Cardinals’ practice facility, where Tebow hasn’t been invited — yet.
Tebow, who also is a college football analyst for the SEC Network, said he’s not concerned about whether he can still slip onto the list. When asked if he still held the dream of returning to the NFL, where he played with the Denver Broncos and New York Jets, and spent a training camp with the New England Patriots, Tebow was a bit cryptic. The Friday night gala and today’s golf tournament at the Stadium Course has raised more than $1 million per year in each of the first four years. Proceeds will go to the children’s outreach initiatives around the world, such as the Tebow Cure Hospital in the Philippines, Timmy’s Playrooms in hospitals, adoption aid grants and orphan care. Fans can purchase tickets at the Nicklaus Gate in The Players Championship public lot off County Road 210 in Ponte Vedra. The celebrities in attendance said the gala and the golf are fun ways to help Tebow in his desire to better conditions for at-need children. Defending FedEx Cup champion and Florida graduate Billy Horschel said the format of the tournament and the cause is a nice departure from the pressure of PGA Tour golf.
Tebow said his main concerns were his guests and the tournament, and the potential for his foundation’s efforts. Gabbert and third-stringer Luke McCown will share snaps, but Bouman also will be available.

In 2010, Bouman was literally sitting on a tractor helping his father harvest corn in Minnesota when the Jaguars called. Running back Maurice Jones-Drew, defensive end Aaron Kampman, defensive tackle Terrance Knighton and tight end Marcedes Lewis won't play, Del Rio said. Jacksonville traded up six spots to draft him, believing his strong arm, decision-making skills and scrambling ability will allow him to develop into a franchise quarterback. Celebrities, like Tim Tebow with former Florida coach Urban Meyer in the background, walked the carpet as they entered the Gala during the event that net proceeds will directly fund the W15H Program, Timmya€™s Playrooms, Tebow CURE Hospital, Orphan Care and Team Tebow. But he’s still working out with private quarterback guru Tom House, who also tutors four-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Alex Smith.
Celebrities in the event include Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, Florida coach Jim McElwain, former Gator quarterback Danny Wuerffel, Jackson High and FSU product Leon Washington, country singer Jake Owen, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, former Tennessee Titans running back Eddie George and former heavyweight champion of the world Evander Holyfield. The NFL can theoretically replace players who are injured or who sign with a team as a free agent in the next week.

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