Maurice Jones-Drew to retire with Jaguars next week

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Maurice Jones-Drew to retire next week as a Jaguar
Friday April 24th, 2015

Running back Maurice Jones-Drew will retire as a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars next Tuesday, the team announced Thursday.

Drew first announced his retirement March 5.

Drew spent his first eight NFL seasons with the Jaguars, compiling 8,071 rushing yards, 2,873 receiving yards and 79 touchdowns. He was selected to the three Pro Bowls, including in 2011, when he led the NFL in rushing. He holds Jacksonville's franchise record for rushing touchdowns and ranks second on the team's all-time rushing list. 

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Jones-Drew spent 2014 with the Raiders, carrying 43 times for 96 yards and no touchdowns.

The Jaguars selected Jones-Drew with the No. 60 pick out of UCLA in the second round of the 2006 draft.

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