JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Maurice Jones-Drew is out of town, but still in touch with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Coach Gus Bradley praised Jones-Drew on Tuesday for "the communication that's taken place" since the team's star running back was allegedly involved in a fight over Memorial Day weekend.
Jones-Drew, who continues to work out in Miami, has not been charged in the May 26 altercation in which a security guard accused the three-time Pro Bowler of punching him at a restaurant/bar in St. Augustine. Police investigators want to interview Jones-Drew about the incident, but he has yet to meet with them.
He did, however, call Bradley and general manager Dave Caldwell last week.
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Bradley says, "I'm disappointed in the situation that did occur, but I'm not as far as the communication that's taken place."
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