The Fiscal Cliff for Running Backs: Better Learn to Catch the Ball and Block

“Last year, Maurice Jones-Drew gained more yards than any running back in the NFL. He was on the top of his game, Pro-Bowl selectee, peaking in marketability, with plenty of market value left in his 27 year old limbs. He was so convinced that by his production over the past several years, he held out of training camp in attempts to have the his team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, agree with his assessment of his market value.”

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