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Let’s be honest here. We tend to think athletes are guilty way before all the facts are put on the table and sorted.Now that Maurice Jones-Drew is under investigation from a Memorial Day Weekend nightclubs incident, it is hard to believe who covering up and who is seeking veritas (truth).In this case, I am not sure what side to support or think is correct.There really is no “right” in this situation, and things here in Jacksonville could get very sticky this week.No, I am not talking about temperatures and humidity.According to a report in the Florida Times-Union over the weekend, a meeting between Jones-Drew and his agent with police officials in St. Augustine did not happen because of “scheduling conflicts” on the side of the star running back.It has been reported by the Times-Union that Jones-Drew is back in south Florida working with trainers to rehabilitate his foot so he can be ready for training camp. His scheduled return is sometime in August.I’m not trying to rehash the sto...
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