Maurice Jones-Drew won’t be traded…which is exactly what fans expected after he was called a building block for the team
General manager David Caldwell told ProFootballTalk Live on Friday that Jones-Drew would not be traded. This doesn’t come as a surprise, but it clarifies Jones-Drew’s place on the team despite the fact he’s entering the final year of his contract.
“I like the scheme of the defense,” Marks said of joining the Jaguars. “I wanted to be part of it. It’s where I best fit at. I’m a nose guard doing a lot of the dirty work and penetrating. My job is to make the offensive line miserable and mess up the offensive play.”
The Jaguars’ London game is sold out, but the promotion doesn’t stop there
In another promotional effort, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who has never been to Europe, will travel there in July with a team staffer and make several appearances previewing the game.
“It’s going to be a new experience,” Jones-Drew said. “It should be fun and we’re going early so we should be able to look around.”