The Jacksonville Jaguars open their voluntary mini-camp today, and running back Maurice Jones-Drew won't be there, according to the Florida Times-Union.
Jones-Drew has been working in California since getting married earlier this month, and apparently will remain there since the mini-camp and off-season work are technically "voluntary." Therefore, he will be one of three Jaguars to miss new coach Mike Mularkey's first mini-camp as Jacksonville's head coach.
Kicker Josh Scobee, who has yet to sign his franchise tender, and defensive tackle Terrence Knighton, who had eye surgery from an alleged bar fight, will also be absent.
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