Maurice Jones-Drew has been briefed. He has heard all about Mike Mularkey's touchdown policy, the one in which the Jacksonville Jaguars coach donates money to charity every time a player scores and hands the ball to an official without any kind of celebration.
Jones-Drew chuckled when asked whether he's going to comply with Mularkey's request.
''We're entertainers, but at the same time I'm coachable,'' Jones-Drew said this week.
Of everyone in Jacksonville's locker room, Jones-Drew could have the toughest time playing it straight. After all, the three-time Pro Bowl running back has celebrated nearly all his 74 career touchdowns in unique fashion.
He mimicked NBA star LeBron James' ''chalk toss'' after scoring in Cleveland last year, an animated celebration that drew a chorus of boos. He was fined $7,500 in 2007 for using the goal post to simulate an ATM withdrawal.
He has danced in the end zone from Day 1, offering up versions of the ''Cat Daddy,'' the ''Macarena,'' and the ''I...