Gus Bradley is a guy that has been nothing but positive and upbeat since being hired as the head coach of the Jaguars in January 2013. He has come off as very media savvy and does not have a history of lashing out at his players to the media. However, if information is released that confirms Jones-Drew was part of the altercation, he could face suspension by the league. It could also be another brick in the wall for Jones-Drew and the Jaguars. The tension between the two parties would be at an all-time high.
Jones-Drew answered questions for 15 minutes on Monday, a day before a mandatory, three-day minicamp, but declined to offer any details about what happened at a St. Augustine restaurant/bar last month. Jones-Drew has not been charged with any crime.