ORLANDO -- Blaine Gabbert obviously didn't work out in Jacksonville but San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh believes the move west will give Gabbert a fresh start and a chance to resurrect his career, writes Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
“It’s an interesting thing," Harbaugh said. "I think he’s a very talented player and his career so far hasn’t gone on to be what he expected and maybe others expected it to be.
“But I believe this can be a really powerful opportunity, a powerful motivation for [Gabbert] to say, 'It wasn’t me, it was my situation.' And now he has that opportunity.”
The Jaguars took Gabbert with the 10th overall pick in 2011. He was 5-22 as a starter and threw 22 touchdown passes and 24 interceptions in 28 career games. He threw for more than one touchdown in a game only four times.
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