That should change Monday.
The impressive rookie quarterback has earned a look with first-team after two exciting preseason outings against second- and third-team defenses.
"I'm not sure when it's going to be, if it's the second or third (quarter); we haven't decided that," Bradley said.
Chad Henne still gets the start Friday, and the staff has insisted throughout the process that Bortles will enter the season on the bench. Beginning Monday, the Jags will give a hard look at their quarterback of the future with the first-team offense.