Running back Maurice Jones-Drew just announced his retirement from the NFL, which is oddly affecting, because he was tiny and strong and great and so much fun to watch.
Maurice Jones-Drew was fortunate enough to kick his own fumble back to quarterback Derek Carr. He definitely knew what he was doing. No fumble luck here. Seriously though, impressive awareness by Carr to watch the play and reel in the ball.
The state attorney in Florida's seventh judicial circuit has decided not to prosecute Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew for his alleged role in a bar fight in which a bouncer was knocked out with a single punch.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back and back-to-UCLA student Maurice Jones-Drew has been charged with battery after he allegedly punched and knocked out a bar staffer over the weekend at a beach bar in St. Augustine, Fla., according to police.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: The issues that prompted his holdout? They're still issues.
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Are you one of the 10,000 (ESPN) fantasy GMs who lost because MJD took a knee rather than score a touchdown? Well, so is he. But remember, he had 145 yards and a TD anyway, so quit bitching. [ESPN]