During the press conference today to announce the Jaguars commitment to play four regular season games in London, holdout running back Maurice Jones-Drew's name came up.
But because Jaguars owner Shad Khan was speaking publicly, the subject of the three-time Pro Bowl running back inevitably came up during a press conference Tuesday afternoon in downtown Jacksonville to discuss the Jaguars’ four-year commitment to play regular season games in London.
According to John Oehser of Jaguars.com, Khan’s stance was pretty much what it has been.
“There’s very little for me to add,” Khan said. “There’s very little to say. The train’s leaving the station. Run. Get on it.”
Jones-Drew, the NFL’s leading rusher last season, missed Jaguars 2012 Training camp after missing the off-season and June minicamp. He has yet to report to the team, and reportedly is seeking a new contract extension.