RTC: Henne happy but future looms

Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne is enjoying himself these days.

He's happy in Jacksonville, he' got a new son, and he has cemented his hold on the starting quarterback job with some good performances in the last several weeks, including winning back-to-back road games.

But he can't help wondering about the future. His contract expires after this season and he's unsure where or what he'll be doing next season, writes Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.

"It's tough," Henne said. "Obviously, it always crosses your mind. You always wonder what it going to happen in the future. You have to stay focused on what we're doing right now. When the offseason does come, higher-up people are going to make decisions."

Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars content from around the Web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:

Receiver Cecil Shorts attended Collinwood High School in Cleveland, Ohio, so he's naturally pretty excited about playing the Cleveland Browns on Sunday in FirstEnergy Stadium, writes the T-U's Ryan O'Halloran.

The NFL announced on Thursday that the Jaguars' game against the Dallas Cowboys in London in 2014 will be on Nov. 9.

Here's a roundup of items from this blog: the weekly mailbag, which (shockingly) includes another Tim Tebow question; the stat of the week, which details the Jaguars' December losing streak; Maurice Jones-Drew is OK with getting fewer carries; Cleveland's defense needs to produce (by ESPN.com's Browns reporter Pat McManamon).