(Eds: With AP Photos.) By MARK LONG AP Sports Writer Justin Blackmon would catch four passes in a single series at Oklahoma State.
So having four receptions through three games with the Jacksonville Jaguars must make the rookie feel like more of a well-paid decoy than a go-to guy.
''It's not that bad,'' Blackmon said Wednesday. ''When it happens, it'll happen. I don't control it. All I can do is get out there and play.''
Blackmon has 31 yards receiving heading into Sunday's game against Cincinnati. It's hardly the production the Jaguars (1-2) expected when they traded up to select him with the fifth overall pick in April's draft.
Coach Mike Mularkey believes Blackmon is pressing to make plays. Blackmon, meanwhile, has no idea what all the fuss is about.
''I guess they're all concerned,'' he said. ''I have nothing to be concerned about.''
Blackmon has been targeted 15 times by quarterback Blaine Gabbert. Most of the missed connections have been off-target throws, including what...