SportsNation Blog Archives Denard Robinson
Offensive rookies did pretty well in 2012 -- but only one could be named rookie of the year. That was Robert Griffin III, who beat out fellow quarterbacks Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck -- along with running backs Doug Martin and Alfred Morris -- for the award. Who will claim the honor this season? Click on the images to rank the candidates!
Rank: NFL offensive ROY candidates
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Will Maurice Jones-Drew be elite again?
Not long ago, Maurice Jones-Drew was a star running back, piling up yards and amassing touchdowns at a fantasy-god level. But last season, a Lisfranc injury in his left foot limited Jones-Drew to six games, 414 yards and a single score. Now Jones-Drew is back, cleared to participate in training camp as he faces a pivotal year with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Can the 28-year-old prove to the Jags -- and the NFL -- that he deserves a big new contract? And how much will he help his team, which won just two games last season?
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