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    another suspension

    Justin Blackmon...4 games for violating substance abuse policy. Who said these young guys don't pick things up quickly?

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    yet anther reason to not watch Jacksonville.

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    I wouldn't be surprised if this guy is dead or in jail within 10 years. Sad.

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    Bust.

    Thought he would be a stud.

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    And some on this board wanted to trade up for him a few years back.

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    I wonder if there is an opportunity to make a trade here Sanchez for Blackmon... We get one problem but trade another ?




    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...im-vulnerable/

    Blackmonís contract makes him vulnerable

    Posted by Mike Florio on April 30, 2013, 5:42 PM EDT

    AP
    After becoming the fifth overall pick of the Jaguars in 2012 but before signing his rookie contract, Justin Blackmon was arrested for DUI.

    The timing was not good, because it gave the Jaguars extensive leverage in their contract talks with Blackmon, who had a DUI at Oklahoma State, too. The Jags parlayed that leverage into a contract that deferred 40 percent of his signing bonus into future roster bonuses. As of right now, roughly $4 million has not been paid.

    Blackmonís future guarantees will void based on a standard provision in all guaranteed rookie contracts that wipes out the guarantees in the event of a suspension. This means that the Jags can now pull the plug on Blackmonís deal and owe him nothing more, even though top five players otherwise get fully guaranteed contracts for four seasons.

    Throw in a new G.M. who may have had no desire to pick Blackmon in the first place, and Blackmon could be gone. If the Jaguars are willing to accept the fact that Blackmon will have received roughly $8.5 million for one year, they can move on by asking Blackmon to move out.

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