No meeting scheduled yet for Maurice Jones-Drew, St. Augustine Police | jacksonville.com
It has not been determined when Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will meet with St. Augustine Police investigators about last Sunday’s altercation at the Conch House in which a security guard accused Jones-Drew of punching him.Hank Coxe, the Jacksonville attorney for Jones-Drew, said in an email to the Times-Union on Saturday that his client meeting with authorities is “affected by lots of different schedules so [a meeting is] not set yet.”
O-Zone: Pretty good workout
Bradley has admitted he struggled at first with certain parts of the NFL, especially with what he considered a lack of loyalty that became necessary when time to cut a player. He said he came to grips with this by making the commitment to coach all players as hard and well as possible, and to give players the opportunity to have quality video to show other teams. I mention this as a way of answering your question. Bradley is going to do what it takes to do the job, and if it comes time to be tough, I don’t see that being an issue.
Bold City Brigade hosts event to benefit Boselli Foundation | firstcoastnews.com
The Bold City Brigade is a group of Jaguars fans, most of whom have grown up with the team that was established in 1995. When it came time to host an event to benefit a local charity, it only made sense that the beneficiary was the Boselli Foundation. On Saturday night, a few members of the Bold City Brigade got together for a party at Intuition Ale Works. Proceeds from the event went towards the Boselli Foundation which provides academic enrichment to children living in at-risk neighborhoods.