JACKSONVILLE FL - OCTOBER 03: Running back Maurice Jones-Drew #32 of the Jacksonville Jaguars celebrates a touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts at EverBank Field on October 3 2010 in Jacksonville Florida. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew has been looking for a new contract, as we all know. He has yet to report to EverBank Field for any offseason workouts. It's currently unknown if he plans to show up on time to training camp, which begins officially on Thursday with players reporting. No one knows if Jones-Drew will report, however.
"Every player had to sign that they got the information in regards to training camp. Somebody signed at the (Jones-Drew) household we sent it to. Everybody is aware of when it starts, when they have to be here." Mularkey told the Florida Times-Union.
If Jones-Drew doesn't show up to training camp, the Jaguars can chose to fine him up to $30,000 a day if they wish, but new Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey is unsure if he'll do so. "The one thing I will not do is send a message through the media. I hopefully will never do that by accident," Mularkey said.
"We'll deal with the players who are here and are hoping he is one of them."
Should the Jacksonville Jaguars fine Maurice Jones-Drew if he does not report to training camp?
Yes (72 votes)
No (15 votes)
Only if he misses extended time (30 votes)
117 total votes