Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who continues his contract holdout, is now open to being traded, ESPN reported Tuesday based on sources. This may be a response to comments made by owner Shad Khan. "He's not here, and that's his decision," Khan told Yahoo! Sports last week. "Believe me, it's not a great concern. You hope for the best, and you plan for the worst. Our goals for the season don't change, and if he isn't here, he isn't here. I don't control it. It's his choice." On Tuesday, Khan told the Florida Times-Union that his advice to Jones-Drew is, "Train's leaving the station. Run, get on it." Khan continues to say the Jaguars want Jones-Drew back, and, despite the report that Jones-Drew is open to a trade, CBSSports.com reports that the Jaguars aren't looking to trade Jones-Drew at the moment. The gap between Jones-Drew and management seems to be widening, and it's unclear whether Jones-Drew will return in time for the Jaguars' Sept. 9 opener. Jones...
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2 Comments:
  • Yeah right like a team would be willing to fork over all those high picks then to turn around and triple his salary
  • There is only one MJD. He no truck bumper. Look what he accomplished and look who he ran behind. The league is littered with owners who are wiser than everybody else. That clown has a stash full of dumb shite. Send Mo on his way you fool. My money says there are plenty of takers.
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