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According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, if the Jacksonville Jaguars attempt to trade running back Maurice Jones-Drew, the Broncos wouldn’t be interested.
“There’s been considerable chatter, but zero reports, that the Broncos would be a possible destination for Maurice Jones-Drew if the Jacksonville running back were put on the trading block. The speculation no doubt has something to do with the fact Jones-Drew’s former coach in Jacksonville, Jack Del Rio, is now the Broncos’ defensive coordinator.
“At this point, the Broncos would not be in play. They like the potential crash-n-dash tailback tandem they have in Willis McGahee and Ronnie Hillman, provided Hillman can get his nagging hamstring healed. Together, McGahee and Hillman will make $3.08 million this year. Jones-Drew is protesting his contract that pays him a $4.45 million this year,” wrote Klis.
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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
— Eugene Frenette (@GeneFrenette) August 23, 2012
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Jets aren’t interested in trading for Maurice Jones-Drew. Price tag (players/draft picks + signing him to new deal) is prohibitive. #nyj
— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN) August 22, 2012
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