Blaine Gabbert has adopted a factual view of what the Jaguars might do at quarterback during next week’s NFL Draft.

“We have two quarterbacks on the roster, so we know we have to have more going into camp,” he said before the team’s second minicamp practice Wednesday.

True. Only Gabbert and Chad Henne are under contract, so the addition of probably two quarterbacks entering training camp is likely.

What is also true: If the Jaguars draft a passer in the opening three rounds, Gabbert would have to view that as a resounding vote of no confidence, right?

“Honestly, you can’t worry about that,” he said. “We’re pretty individually motivated to go out and play our best football.”

Gabbert thought the first practice “went really smooth. We had a pretty nice-sized install, but the way we responded on the football field, the guys picked it up quick.”

Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch said there is a purpose to giving the quarterbacks so much information.

“No. 1, you can see how they process information, and No. 2, we’re not going to slow down right now,” he said. “This is an opportunity for them to take control and see who’s going to prepare at a certain level and who’s going to go out there and lead this team and lead the offense and really manage it.”

The practices are open to the media, but reporting of interceptions, touchdowns, etc., is prohibited. But after Wednesday’s workout, coach Gus Bradley said he didn’t have an issue with the number of passes that were batted down at the line of scrimmage.