Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley spoke with running back Maurice Jones-Drew late last week regarding allegations he assaulted a security guard at a restaurant in St. Augustine, Fla., according to league sources.
The conversation took place over the phone as Jones-Drew is rehabbing from foot surgery in Miami with the team's permission.
He will not be in attendance when the Jaguars resume organized team activities Tuesday but is expected to be present for mandatory minicamp next week, even though he is unlikely to participate.
The lawyer for the security guard who accused Jones-Drew of punching him in the head released a statement last week claiming that he has video evidence of the Jaguars star attacking his client.
Jones-Drew has not been formally charged for his alleged involvement in the incident, which occurred Sunday night at the Conch House.
Jones-Drew's agent, Adisa Bakari, told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter last week that his client was not involved, and the St. Augustine police department said that the running back "maintains his innocence."