JACKSONVILLE, Fla. A wide-brimmed hat and black shorts don't represent the type of uniform Justin Blackmon would be wearing in an ideal situation during Jacksonville Jaguars training camp.
And he would rather be on the receiving end of passes from quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert or Chad Henne than from strength and conditioning coach Tom Myslinski.
But that's what the Jaguars' first-round draft choice of a year ago has been limited to doing thus far. Blackmon is less than five weeks removed from undergoing surgery on his groin, and getting him back on the field as soon as possible is a top priority in light of the four-game suspension by the NFL that he'll serve when the regular season begins next month.
"It's just getting this injury taken care of and making sure I don't come back too early and re-injure it," he said Thursday after his teammates practiced in full pads for a little more than two hours. "My whole thing is I feel great. I want to get back out there. But I know it's going...