JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jaguars got back to work this week to get ready for the Colts, but Tuesday they enjoyed a day off.
Some of the players took advantage of that to get out and help the community.
Rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert went to Woodland Acres Elementary School in Arlington, where he helped Dignity U Wear and the Brumos Team distribute jackets to children who need them for the winter.
"I love doing this stuff with the kids," Gabbert said. "I have a younger brother, so it's fun just to hang out with them. It reminded me of him. So being able to come out here means a lot to me, and I know it means a lot to the kids."
Gabbert also spent time in a classroom, where students asked him questions like, "What is your favorite subject?"
For the record, his answer was math.
This was Gabbert's first community event since joining the Jaguars.
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