Running back Maurice Jones-Drew is drawing some serious interest among four teams, which will meet with his representation at the NFL owners meeting in Orlando, according to a report from the New York Daily News.
Those four teams are reportedly the Patriots, Steelers, Dolphins and Jets. Jones-Drew visited the Steelers recently but did not receive a contract offer.
Jones-Drew spent his first seven seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he ran for a combined 8,071 yards and 68 touchdowns.
After running for 1,606 yards in 2011, Jones-Drew has combined for just 1,217 yards the past two seasons.
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