A look at some of the top stories from Jacksonville:

Henne still second on QB depth chart:
The Jaguars QB battle has gone a little different than many expected this camp. The conventional thought was that Blaine Gabbert could be pushed by veteran Chad Henne for the starting role, and third-stringer Jordan Palmer would be an afterthought. 

After two preseason games, Gabbert stands alone at the top of the depth chart, while Palmer's strong play has put him in the conversation for the backup roll.

Despite Palmer leading two game-winning drives already this preseason, coach Mike Mularkey confirmed to the Florida Times-Union that Henne is still the team's No. 2 QB. 

Palmer has completed 14 of 27 passes for 149 yards, one touchdown and no interecptions in the preseason. Henne hasn't been as impressive, completing 8 of 18 passes for just 64 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

“I’m just focused on trying to get better in practice and whenever they call my number, just make sure I’m prepared to go in there and do what I can to help us win.” Palmer told the Florida Times-Union of his strong preseason. “We had a bunch of guys making plays. It was a lot of fun, and I’m just glad to be a part of it."

Full-time full pads: Mularkey had no apologies for having his team in full pads almost every day in training camp. NFL rules limit the number of days teams can be in full pads during the season, so Mularkey wanted to get the most out of the team's time in camp.

“That’s what I’m familiar with,” Mularkey told the team's official website. “That’s my Pittsburgh background. That’s the way it is. You want to stress them out. You want to see who can mentally and physically handle this kind of pressure. You want to see who when tired, sore and out of breath can still execute the play. What you really want is for the games to be easy for them. With the new rules, you have to get the work done now.”

The Pittsburgh background Mularkey referenced comes from his time as a player with the Steelers from 1988-1991, and as an assistant coach there from 1996-2003.

Monroe in concussion program: T Eugene Monroe has entered the team's concussion program. He first started showing signs of a concussion after taking a blow to the head last Wednesday (Aug. 15). He missed Friday night's preseason game against the Saints.

The Jaguars have sustained multiple key injuries on the OL in camp. G Will Rackley (ankle), G Jason Spitz (ankle) and C John Estes (knee) are among the players who have sustained notable injuries during camp. 

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