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Jacksonville Jaguars, Maurice Jones-Drew discuss incident -- sources - ESPN
Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley spoke with running back Maurice Jones-Drew late last week regarding allegations he assaulted a security guard at the Conch House, according to league sources. The conversation took place over the phone as Jones-Drew is rehabbing from foot surgery in Miami with the team's permission.

Do Jacksonville Jaguars have big plans for two rookies? - NFL.com
SI.com's Peter King is hearing that the Jaguars have "interesting offensive wrinkles" planned for two rookies: fourth-round draft pick Ace Sanders and fifth-rounder Denard Robinson. Sanders, the receiver out of South Carolina, might be used as a poor man's Tavon Austin, according to King, while the team is exploring a Kordell Stewart-esque "slash" role for Robinson, the former Michigan quarterback. Reports out of organized team activities have hinted at Robinson -- listed as a running back on the depth chart -- seeing 10 to 15 snaps per game out of the backfield.

Jaguars 2013 OTAs: Halftime storylines
Six down, seven to go. That’s pretty much the count for the Jaguars’ offseason as of now. They’ve had six organized team activities practices, with four more scheduled Tuesday through Friday of this week. They then finish the veteran portion of the offseason with three mandatory minicamp practices next week at the Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields just outside EverBank Field. So, we’re at the midway point – more or less, give or take.