Hunter Cantwell Retires After Failing to Beat Henne and Gabbert
Sometimes in life, your next move is your best move. For Hunter Cantwell that may be something he’s thinking about right now. After failing to get any headway on the Jaguars’ depth chart he has decided to retire and become a college football coach.
Sometimes the grass is greener on the other side:
According to a league source, Cantwell surprised the Jaguars by declining their offer to go to camp with a chance to win their third job, and even paid for his own plane ticket home when he didn’t sign.
His decision was predicated by the fact they made no guarantees to keep a third on the 53-man roster behind Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne. After he turned down the chance to compete with Jordan Palmer for the third job, the Jags turned to former Mike Martz-favorite Nathan Enderle.