The Jacksonville Jaguars close out the season with a trip to Indianapolis to take on the Colts on Sunday. They’ll have running back Maurice Jones-Drew for the game, but he is dealing with a nagging hamstring injury and it could be his final game with the team as he heads into free agency potentially.
“I know what I have left, and I feel like it’s a lot,” Jones-Drew said, via the Florida Times Union. “I’ll just go home, relax and hopefully things will work out for the best.”
In 2013, he has carried the ball 221 times for 764 yards and five touchdowns. Relatively low numbers for Jones-Drew in a full season. The last three seasons he has played in at least 14 games, he has broken the 1,300 yard mark including a career high 1,606 yards in 2011. In those three season he carried the ball significantly more times than he has this season, a big reason why his numbers have dipped, though he is averaging 3.5 yards per carry this season, a career low.
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