Found December 19, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
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The Jacksonville Jaguars are hoping that they can play Maurice Jones-Drew during at least one or two of the final regular season games in 2012. Not because they are fighting for a playoff spot, but rather to prove to other teams that he is healthy. That could lead to the Jaguars attempting to trade Jones-Drew after this season. The Jags would like to see all go well when Jones-Drew tests out his injured foot at practice today, and then hope that the same occurs on Thursday and Friday. If all goes well, the Jaguars could insert Jones-Drew back into their lineup as soon as Sunday against the New England Patriots, a game which should ultimately result in another Jacksonville defeat. Jones-Drew has missed the majority of the season after a lengthy holdout. While this injury to his foot likely had nothing to do with his not participating in training camp and much of the preseason, Jones-Drew did not help himself by sitting out so long. The Jaguars may be at the point where they realize t...
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