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Disgruntled Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew has officially ended his holdout as he will report to the team's camp Sunday, according to ESPN's NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Jones-Drew held out all of training camp in hopes of getting a new contract. However, owner Shad Khan never would allow it.

According to the source, Jacksonville has no plans on giving him the new contract. However, with all of this, he could get over $1 million in fines for his absence.

Jones-Drew's 38-day holdout ties former wide receiver Jimmy Smith in the team's history, who held out in 2002.

Jones-Drew has made a case for a new contract. With 1,606 rushing yards and only about $5 million made per year, he is making significantly less than other running backs he's been more productive than like Arian Foster and Chris Johnson.

We'll see if he ever gets his new contract soon. He has two years remaining on his current one, which was originally for five years and $31 million.

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