Cary Emondson-US PRESSWIRE
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew left Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders on the second play of the game.
Maurice Jones-Drew got just two carries for the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders, where he had roughly 75 friend and family in attendance to watch, before he had to leave with an injury. On Jones-Drew's second carry of the game, he limped off the field and looked as if he was just having his foot re-wrapped with tape on the sideline.
Jones-Drew got his ankle re-tapped and tried to go back into the game, but quickly turned back around to have his foot looked at once again. The team apparently decided they needed to take him into the locker room for further evaluation and carted him off the field.
Jones-Drew returned at halftime in a walking boot and on crutches, but appeared to be able to put some weight on his foot. The exact extent of his injury isn't known at this time, and the team plans to talk about his injury further Monday.