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Jaguars Have No Intentions To Trade Maurice Jones-Drew

On Wednesday, Jaguars General Manager Gene Smith told Vito Stellino of The Florida Times-Union that the team has no plans to trade running back Maurice Jones-Drew.

“Smith was then asked, ‘So you are not considering trading him?’ He replied, ‘No.’ ‘And you won’t consider trading him?’ ‘He’s a Jaguar,’ Smith said.”

It’s now day 35 of Jones-Drew’s holdout and there appears to be no end in sight. Unless Jones-Drew changes his mind and decides to report to the Jaguars, it appears his holdout will drag into the regular season. Head coach Mike Mularkey has said that Rashad Jennings will be the Jaguars week one starting running back, while Jones-Drew could be deactivated for the start of the season.

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