Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon didn't even play in the game, but he somehow found himself in trouble.
Things got ugly between him and Miami Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll to the point where Maurice Jones-Drew had to defuse the siutation and escort Blackmon into the locker room.
Head coach Gus Bradley had to get involved as well before MJD was able to calm Balckmon down. Mark Long of The Associated Press (via NFL.com) tells a different story involving teammate Jason Babin, who told Blackmon to be quiet presumably after his spat with Carroll, because he's suspended 4 games. So Blackmon turned to Babin and had a confrontation with him.
Aftter the half, Blackmon returned to the sideline and hugged it out with coach Bradley. The Florida Times-Union is reporting that both met after the game in the coach's office to talk about the incident.
"You know how it is in the preseason," Bradley said. "Sometimes a player talks to the sideline. It started off as just banter...