Jones-Drew told The Associated Press earlier this month that he will train on the West Coast and not miss any mandatory camps. He held out for 38 days before the season in the hopes of landing a new contract. That never came.
Jones-Drew is scheduled to make $4.95 million in 2013, the final year of a five-year, $31 million contract. Will the Jaguars be willing to work on an extension with a running back who's coming off a major foot injury? Will Jones-Drew even want to stay in Jacksonville?
Time will tell, but 2012 was not a good 12 months for Jones-Drew.
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