Maurice Jones-Drew investigation close to concluding | jacksonville.com
The investigation into Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew’s suspected role in a recent altercation at the Conch House in St. Augustine will be wrapping up in the next few days.St. Augustine Police spokesman Mark Samson said the department is trying to schedule an interview with Jones-Drew before forwarding the case to the state attorney. If that can’t be done soon, he said, the report will likely go to State Attorney R.J. Larizza without an interview.
OTA Report: Babin undergoes surgery
Jason Babin underwent surgery Tuesday. The Jaguars’ veteran defensive end was bothered by a groin issue early in 2013 organized team activities and went to Philadelphia Tuesday for a second opinion. He had surgery while there, Jaguars Head Coach Gus Bradley said after Tuesday’s practice at the Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields. Bradley said Babin will miss the rest of OTAs and next week’s June 11-13 minicamp, but should be ready for training camp when it begins in late July.
Maurice Jones-Drew reached out to Jaguars after alleged fight - NFL.com
Maurice Jones-Drew is out of town, but he's still in touch with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley praised Jones-Drew on Tuesday for "the communication that's taken place" since the star running back allegedly was involved in a fight over Memorial Day weekend. Jones-Drew, who continues to work out in Miami, has not been charged in the May 26 altercation in which a security guard accused the three-time Pro Bowl player of punching him at a restaurant/bar in St. Augustine. Police investigators want to interview Jones-Drew about the incident, but he has yet to meet with them.