The Jacksonville Jaguars will be re-visited soon by one of their greatest players in franchise history, as former running back Maurice Jones-Drew said he wanted to retire as a member of the Jaguars.
On 1010XL's Jaguars Today radio show, Jones-Drew was joined by head coach Gus Bradley and said he and his family still love Jacksonville, he'll always be a fan of the Jaguars, and that he wants to retire as a part of the team.
"I want to come back and retire as a member of the #Jaguars." — @Jones_Drew32 on #JaguarsToday— Big Cat Country (@BigCatCountry) March 6, 2015
Jones-Drew retired from the NFL on Thursday after a nine-year career in which he gained a total of 11,111 yards and 79 touchdowns. He said his future plans include coming back to Jacksonville in time to watch some OTA practices and to eventually get into broadcasting.