Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew says he feels 'back to normal again'
Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew said Wednesday that there is no more pain in his surgically repaired left foot.
"I'm cutting great, no swelling. It's like back to normal again," Jones-Drew said via Eugene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union.
Jones-Drew has never been very active during the preseason, and a change to that end doesn't appear likely. So what? MJD has a lot of wear on his tires and has rebounded well from a severe foot injury. There's no reason for the Jaguars to mess with his comeback by risking his health in meaningless games. Jones-Drew has met every timetable the team has set for him, and he will probably be 100 percent and raring to go by Week 1. He is a strong RB2.
Eugene Frenette via Twitter
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