Oct. 21 1:16 PM PT2:16 PM MT3:16 PM CT4:16 PM ET20:16 GMT4:16 AM 北京时间1:16 PM MST3:16 PM EST3:16 PM CT0:16 UAE (+1)16:16 ET - Jones-Drew's status is still uncertain after he suffered a foot injury on the first play against Oakland. Analysis: Jones-Drew said he has no timetable for a return. He's expected to miss at least 3-4 games. Rashad Jennings projects as the starting running back while Jones-Drew is out.
Oct. 1 11:55 AM PT12:55 PM MT1:55 PM CT2:55 PM ET18:55 GMT2:55 AM 北京时间11:55 AM MST1:55 PM EST1:55 PM CT22:55 UAE14:55 ET - Jones-Drew ran 13 times for 38 yards in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Bengals. Analysis: Despite Sunday's effort, Jones-Drew is running for 4.9 yards per carry.
Sep. 17 1:10 PM PT2:10 PM MT3:10 PM CT4:10 PM ET20:10 GMT4:10 AM 北京时间1:10 PM MST3:10 PM EST3:10 PM CT0:10 UAE (+1)16:10 ET - Jones-Drew ran 12 times for 60 yards in Sunday's 27-7 loss to Houston. Analysis: His touchdown was the 75th of his career. He joined Randy Moss, Tony Gonzalez and Antonio Gates as the only active players with at least 75.
Sep. 10 3:01 PM PT4:01 PM MT5:01 PM CT6:01 PM ET22:01 GMT6:01 AM 北京时间3:01 PM MST5:01 PM EST5:01 PM CT2:01 UAE (+1)18:01 ET - After skipping training camp in protest over his contract, Jones-Drew rushed for 77 yards on 19 carries during Sunday's 26-23 overtime loss at Minnesota. Analysis: Jones-Drew wasn't expected to receive much work but ended up carrying the load after Rashad Jennings exited with a knee injury. He faces a tough task next week against Houston's stifling defense but should still be considered a top-10 option, especially if Jennings can't play.
Sep. 8 9:27 AM PT10:27 AM MT11:27 AM CT12:27 PM ET16:27 GMT12:27 AM 北京时间9:27 AM MST11:27 AM EST11:27 AM CT20:27 UAE12:27 ET - The Jacksonville Jaguars have activated running back Maurice Jones-Drew and waived second-year running back Keith Toston. Analysis: The Jaguars had a roster exemption for Jones-Drew, who ended a 38-day holdout last Sunday. He is expected to play in Sunday's season opener at Minnesota.
Sep. 3 2:59 PM PT3:59 PM MT4:59 PM CT5:59 PM ET21:59 GMT5:59 AM 北京时间2:59 PM MST4:59 PM EST4:59 PM CT1:59 UAE (+1)17:59 ET - Jones-Drew will begin the season much like he did his NFL career: as a backup and third-down running back. The NFL's leader rusher in 2011 ended a 38-day holdout Sunday without a new contract. He asked the team to rework the final two years of his five-year, $31 million contract, and the Jaguars declined. Analysis: Jacksonville Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey says he expects Jones-Drew to rotate in on third downs Sunday at Minnesota. Mularkey says he will also "get a series" in place of starter Rashad Jennings. Mularkey said Jones-Drew looks to be in playing shape. "If you look at him physically, yes, I'd say he looks game-ready," but added he will have a better feel for MJD's readiness after a fully padded practice Wednesday.
Sep. 2 7:20 AM PT8:20 AM MT9:20 AM CT10:20 AM ET14:20 GMT10:20 PM 北京时间7:20 AM MST9:20 AM EST9:20 AM CT18:20 UAE10:20 ET - Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew has ended his 38-day holdout - without a new contract. He arrived at the team facility Sunday morning and chatted with teammates before meeting with coaches. ESPN first reported Jones-Drew's decision. Analysis: The NFL's leading rusher in 2011, Jones-Drew skipped the team's entire offseason in a contract dispute. With coach Mike Mularkey able to fine him up to $30,000 a day - plus $60,000 for a mandatory minicamp - Jones-Drew could be out $1.2 million this season. Jones-Drew wanted to renegotiate the final two years of a five-year, $31 million deal that paid him nearly $22 million the last three seasons. Owner Shad Khan and general manager Gene Smith refused.
Sep. 1 11:10 AM PT12:10 PM MT1:10 PM CT2:10 PM ET18:10 GMT2:10 AM 北京时间11:10 AM MST1:10 PM EST1:10 PM CT22:10 UAE14:10 ET - Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey is hearing rumors that holdout Maurice Jones-Drew will report soon, but says none of the talk is coming from anyone who matters. On a conference call with reporters Saturday, Mularkey says he has "heard the same things like you have, but nothing from people that need to tell me. Nothing personally from Maurice." Analysis: Jones-Drew wants to renegotiate his $31 million contract, which has two years remaining. The Jaguars insist they have plans to rework his deal. Jones-Drew could show up in time for the opener, which would ensure he wouldn't miss a paycheck.
Aug. 21 2:53 PM PT3:53 PM MT4:53 PM CT5:53 PM ET21:53 GMT5:53 AM 北京时间2:53 PM MST4:53 PM EST4:53 PM CT1:53 UAE (+1)17:53 ET - Jones-Drew's holdout appears far from over. Analysis: His agent Adisa Bakari tells The Associated Press that the Jacksonville Jaguars running back isn't pleased with owner Shad Khan's recent public comments about his client's 28-day holdout. ESPN reported that Jones-Drew is open to being traded.
July 29 9:23 PM PT10:23 PM MT11:23 PM CT12:23 AM ET4:23 GMT12:23 PM 北京时间9:23 PM MST11:23 PM EST11:23 PM CT8:23 UAE0:23 ET - The Jags have placed running back Maurice Jones-Drew on the reserve/did not report list, an indication they don't expect their star player to show up to training camp anytime soon. Analysis: Jones-Drew is holding out in hopes of getting the team to renegotiate his contract. He has two years remaining on a five-year, $31 million deal. The team says it has no plans to renegotiate.
June 12 12:56 PM PT1:56 PM MT2:56 PM CT3:56 PM ET19:56 GMT3:56 AM 北京时间12:56 PM MST2:56 PM EST2:56 PM CT23:56 UAE15:56 ET - Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is skipping a mandatory minicamp as part of a contract dispute. He didn't show up for a team meeting Tuesday and isn't expected to join the Jaguars for any part of the three-day camp. Coach Mike Mularkey can fine Jones-Drew up to $60,000 if he misses the entire camp. General manager Gene Smith said Monday he has no plans to renegotiate Jones-Drew's current deal, setting the stage for a potentially lengthy holdout. Analysis: Jones-Drew, who led the NFL in rushing last season with 1,606 yards, has two years remaining on a five-year contract worth $31 million. He is scheduled to make $4.45 million this season and $4.95 million in 2013. Coming off a career year, Jones-Drew wants to be one of the league's highest-paid backs.
June 11 9:30 AM PT10:30 AM MT11:30 AM CT12:30 PM ET16:30 GMT12:30 AM 北京时间9:30 AM MST11:30 AM EST11:30 AM CT20:30 UAE12:30 ET - The Jaguars have no plans to renegotiate Jones-Drew's current contract, with GM Gene Smith saying, "we feel he has a contract with two years left and we expect him to fulfill those obligations." Analysis: Jones-Drew, who led the NFL in rushing last season with 1,606 yards, has two years remaining on a five-year deal worth $31 million. He is scheduled to make $4.45 million this season and $4.95 million in 2013. Those figures are considerably less than other top tailbacks like Chris Johnson, Arian Foster and Marshawn Lynch. Jones-Drew has skipped all of the team's offseason workouts, and it's unclear whether he will attend a mandatory, three-day minicamp beginning Tuesday.
May 15 8:53 AM PT9:53 AM MT10:53 AM CT11:53 AM ET15:53 GMT11:53 PM 北京时间8:53 AM MST10:53 AM EST10:53 AM CT19:53 UAE11:53 ET - Jones-Drew is a no-show again. The Jacksonville Jaguars running back is skipping organized team activities, which began Tuesday. Analysis: Since the workouts are voluntary and Jones-Drew has stayed away before, it's not a huge concern. But the Jaguars would like to have their best offensive player in attendance to get acquainted with a new coaching staff and new playbook.