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With all the Indianapolis Colts trade rumors swirling around tonight, Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com took the time out to squash a pair of rumors.
Sources have told La Canfora the Colts arenât pursuing Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew or Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace.
âAccording to CBSSports.comâs Jason La Canfora, the Colts are in fact pursuing a trade for a veteran starter but sources indicate that itâs neither Wallace nor Jones-Drew,â wrote Ryan WIlson of CBSSports.com.
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A report says many Jaguars players want Maurice Jones-Drew to be fined for missing several days of training camp. See why.
According to Eugene Frenette, Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew must report by this Saturday to have any chance at starting week one.
If MJD hopes to have any shot of starting the opener vs. Minnesota, and that might already be gone, he must report no later than Saturday
â Eugene Frenette (@GeneFrenette) August 23, 2012
Even though there have been...
Recent rumblings suggest that Jacksonville Jaguarsâ running back Maurice Jones-Drew is open to a trade. Will the Jaguars agree to deal their franchise runner whoâs in the midst of a hold out? The likelihood of that isnât great. Still, word that a top flight back could be available prior to the season should have perked Martin Mayhewâs ears up. A move for Jones-Drew would...
On Tuesday, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan addressed running back Maurice Jones-Drewâs hold out with a comment that ended up rubbing MJD the wrong way.
Jags owner Shad Khan on Jones-Drew still being absent: âTrain is leaving the station. Run, get on it.â
â Eugene Frenette (@GeneFrenette) August 21, 2012
According to the Associated Press via ESPN.com, Mauriceâ...
When asked about Maurice Jones-Drew's absence this preseason during his holdout, Jacksonville Jaguars' owner Shad Kahn stated, "Believe me, it's not a big deal."This did not sit well with Jones-Drew or his camp. The disgruntled running back reportedly responded to a person close to him that if he really is expendable, then he should just be traded.Jones-Drew...
The Dallas Cowboys are currently plagued with injury at the receiver position, and their star tight end Jason Witten is out with a lacerated spleen.Â With the continued problems at receiver, now is the right time for the Cowboys to make a deal for Maurice Jones-Drew.Jones-Drew and the Jacksonville Jaguars aren't seeing eye-to-eye on contract negotiations, and the Jaguars decided...
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com,Â teams have been calling the Jacksonville Jaguars to inquire about possibly trading for running back Maurice Jones-Drew.
On the MJD sagaâŚ teams are calling #Jaguars & have been since the trade rumors began. Told Jags not âactivelyâ trying to trade him
â Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 22, 2012
With the Jags not âactivelyâ...
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Star running back Maurice Jones-Drew has been holding out all summer in hopes of receiving a new contract from the Jacksonville Jaguars and is now willing to be traded, according to ESPNâs Adam Schefter.Â According to reports, several teams have already shown interest.
Though the Jaguars seem unlikely to trade MJD, who is willing to sit out the start...
Every 2013 NFL Mock Draft I have seen has the Jaguars listed as being projected to have the number one draft pick. Last year it seemed the Washington Redskins led the way in 2012 mock drafts in terms of Â winning the âSuck for Luckâ sweepstakes, and didnât draftÂ Andrew Luck at all. This year, everyone is [...]
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay loves Twitter. He is the king of social media in the NFL owners world. He frequents the Twitterverse, often challenging fans with trivia questions, quotes random song lyrics and giving team updates at all hours of the day. Yesterday, in typical fashion, Irsay used the 140-charatcer platform to let the world know that the Colts were interested in...
Letâs take a look at the AFC by starting things off with the AFC East Division, the home of the reigning AFC Champion New England Patriots.
This situation is getting worse each day. Last seasonÂs rushing leader and consensus top ten fantasy football selection Maurice Jones-Drew has not spent one day in camp, and Jacksonville JaguarsÂ owner Shad Khan couldnÂt care less. Although recent news has started to look better Â if you are a Jaguars fan Â the fact is Khan has dug his heels in and is not about to budge. The...