Jacksonville wide receiver Justin Blackmon could face punishment from NFL
Stillwater Oklahoma. National Football League (NFL) spokesman Greg Aiello told NFL.com and the NFL network Sunday Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon could be punished by the NFL for violation of the drug and personal conduct policy even thought Blackmon has yet to sign his contract with the Jaguars.
Blackmon was the fifth player drafted in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Jaguars. Blackmon was pulled over by the police at 3am Sunday morning in Stillwater. When Blackmon took his breathalyer test the results of the test was .24 which percent above the Oklahoma state limit of .08 percent.
The NFL will view him as a first time offender and he will be probably not be suspended. Vito Stellino of the Florida Union Times reports Blackmon could be placed in the NFL intervention program and be evaluated, treated and be given random tests.
Blackmon has been arrested twice in three years for DUI.
News sources Dan Hanzus, Vito Stellino, Florida Union Times, NFL.com and NFL Network.
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