Maurice Jones-Drew, the Jaguars’ franchise player and NFL’s leading rusher in 2011, is unhappy with his current contract and has been holding out of training camp. After some negative comments about the tailback’s holdout from owner Shad Khan early on Tuesday, Jones-Drew responded by explaining that he’s not happy and would be open to a trade, according to Pro Football Talk.
There are plenty of teams around the league that would welcome the ferocious Jones-Drew with open arms, as he’s displayed an ability to break off the big run as well as a knack for bulldozing defenders. His style of play would attract plenty of attention and he could bring quite the haul for a still-rebuilding Jaguars team.
With the current dissension on both sides, would Jones-Drew be best donning another uniform?
Photo via Facebook/Maurice Jones-Drew