Maurice Jones-Drew still not scheduled to meet with police

According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew still hasn’t been scheduled to meet with St. Augistine police regarding last weekend’s altercation which led to Jones-Drew being accused of knocking out a security guard.

Hank Coxe, the Jacksonville attorney for Jones-Drew, said in an email to the Times-Union on Saturday that his client meeting with authorities is “affected by lots of different schedules so [a meeting is] not set yet.”

 

Once the police launched their investigation on Tuesday, they said Jones-Drew was cooperating and a source indicated Jones-Drew would meet with authorities on Friday, once he returned to the area from south Florida.

 

But Friday came and went without a meeting, much less a statement from Jones-Drew describing his version of the events.

 

When he is training in Miami, Jones-Drew generally returns to Jacksonville – where his family lives – on the weekends, like he did over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

 

No charges have been filed against Jones-Drew.

JonesDrew’s agent and lawyer have already come out and claimed that their client was never involved in an altercation.