Originally written on The Victory Formation  |  Last updated 11/18/14

Justin Blackmon has to rehabilitate his public persona, along with serving his 4-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy last month. The Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver has remained relatively silent since issuing a statement apologizing, but isn’t quite ready to talk openly about whatever it was that happened. That being said, he wasn’t able to avoid the media at the team’s first OTA of the year as they grilled him about what his plan of action was with this recent slip-up. He was even asked if he sees himself as having a drug problem Via ESPN.com: “No, I would say I don’t,” he responded. “Out of this whole thing one of the main things I would say that I had a problem with was just making a poor decision, making a selfish decision at that and not thinking about the long-term of it and just thinking about at the time. If you want to ask if I have a problem? I have a problem with making a poor decision.” There are zero reports as to what substance Blackmon failed for, so it isn’t quite fair to question whether or not he has a drug problem. Also, there is no previous history of [...]

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