Maurice Jones-Drew is a prolific professional running back in the NFL. Given the amount of punishment he takes, he must prepare his body not only for the rigous of the NFL but also keep in shape to elude tackles and maintain his bursts of speed.
Jones-Drew recently gave MensFitness and NFL.com an insider look to one of his workout routines. In the video, Jones-Drew stresses building the core muscles in efforts to prevent injury. He also shows off some great exercises for balance and agility.
None of his exercise in the video goes into the high intensity range, but …read more
In Week 3 of the 2009 NFL season, there were a number a great performances. Here is a look at the best performances at each position in the third week.
QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts
In Sunday Night Football, Peyton Manning was amazing. He passed for 379 yards and had four passing touchdowns. His numbers could have been even better if not for the Colts big lead.
RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville Jaguars
Finally the starter in Jacksonville, Maurice Jones-Drew is living up to his lofty expectations. In Week 3, he had 119 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. He also had 28 yards receiving.
WR …read more
Maurice Jones-Drew, the starting running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars, has returned to practice. After getting bruising his leg in the team’s final preseason contest, Jones-Drew’s availability in Week 1 wasn’t certain. However, now it appears like he’ll play after he was able to get back on the practice field.
Many NFL experts are expecting big things from Jones-Drew this season. After playing behind Fred Taylor in his first three seasons, Jones-Drew has the starting job all to himself. As a result, he is likely to see many more touches in 2009.
Last year, the 5-foot-7 running back out of UCLA had …read more