Maurice Jones-Drew (Lisfranc surgery) says he was able to run at about 75-percent speed on Monday.
Maurice Jones-Drew wants to play at 205 pounds this season.
GM Dave Caldwell says the Jaguars have no plans to trade Maurice Jones-Drew, and that his contract will be "assessed after the season."
Maurice Jones-Drew (Lisfranc) says he'll be "full speed" by the "end of May, beginning of June."
Maurice Jones-Drew (Lisfranc) has resumed jogging.
Jaguars GM David Caldwell doesn't expect to open extension talks with Maurice Jones-Drew until after the season.
According to SI's Jim Trotter, Maurice Jones-Drew's 2012 left foot injury was indeed a Lisfranc fracture.
According to the Florida Times Union, there "isn't concern" about Maurice Jones-Drew's availability for training camp.
Maurice Jones-Drew (foot surgery) will shed his walking boot later this week.
Maurice Jones-Drew (foot surgery) is expected to attend the Jaguars' first mini-camp even though he won't participate.
New Jaguars OC Jedd Fisch plans to install a zone-blocking scheme.
Jaguars GM David Caldwell said the team will address Maurice Jones-Drew's contract "toward the end of the season" in 2013.
Maurice Jones-Drew (foot surgery) said he expects to be cleared for football activity by late May or early June.
Maurice Jones-Drew (foot surgery) hopes to begin swimming in February, and rehabbing on "dry land" in March.