"Rumors," Fisher said during a Wednesday pre-draft news conference, via the Belleville News Democrat. "Steven is here, he is in the offseason program. He's upstairs every other day. He's doing great and having fun learning the offense. No discussion, conversation or anything along that sort to my knowledge."
"We talk about the potential ways of improving the roster, but his name has not been floated out there," Fisher said. "I don't know where it is coming from."
This series of stories is a reminder, however, that this could be Jackson's last season in St. Louis. Time waits for no running backs, and it's difficult to justify paying Jackson a huge salary unless he remains a top-10 back in the league. Jackson remains a good starter, but he's no longer a big playmaker.