June 3, 2012
Former Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon was arrested early Sunday morning in Stillwater on a complaint of aggravated DUI.
Blackmon, 22, was still being held in custody, according to the Payne County Jail. No further details were given, but a police report should become available by Monday morning.
In Oklahoma, an aggravated DUI is when the driver has a blood alcohol content of .15 or higher.
For Blackmon, who was selected fifth overall in April’s NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars, this would be his second alcohol related offense.
He was arrested in October 2010 on a misdemeanor DUI complaint in Carrolton, Texas. Returning to Stillwater after a Monday night Dallas Cowboys game, Blackmon was arrested at 3:45 a.m. Using radar, police determined he was going 92 miles per hour in a 60 mph zone.
Blackmon just completed one of the greatest two-year runs in Oklahoma State history, combining for 232 catches, 3,304 yards and 38 touchdowns. He was the second player in history to win two Biletnikoff Awards, given to the nation’s best wide receiver. Texas Tech’s Michael Crabtree was the other.
Blackmon has been competing in offseason rookie activities as a member of the Jaguars, but he is still yet to sign a contract.
Justin Blackmon was born on January 9th, 1990 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Blackmon
January 9th, 1990
1 + 9 +2+0+1+2 = 15 = his personal year (from January 9th, 2012 to January 8th, 2013) = Fines.
[Section 6 of Article 42 states that teams are not allowed to punish players for violating the league’s substance abuse program.
Section 6. NFL Drug and Steroid Policies: No Club may impose any discipline against a player, including but not limited to terminating the player’s Player Contract, as a result of that Player’s violation of the Policy on Anabolic Steroids and Related Sub-stances or the NFL Policy and Program on Substances of Abuse, or for failing any drug test, provided, however, that the fact that a player has violated the Policy on Anabolic Steroids and Related Substances or the NFL Policy and Program on Substances of Abuse, or has failed a drug test will not preclude the termination of his Player Contract if such termination is otherwise expressly permissible under this Agreement or the player’s Player Contract.
Then again, this begs to question if alcohol related incidents fall under the NFL drug policy or if they fall under something different. If it does not fall under the NFL drug policy it most likely falls under the catch-all of “Conduct Detrimental To Club”. Section 1 xv of Article 42 states the following on “Conduct detrimental to Club”:
(xv) Conduct detrimental to Club-maximum fine of an amount equal to one week’s salary and/or suspension without pay for a period not to exceed four (4) weeks. This maximum applies without limitation to any deactivation of a player in response to player conduct (other than a deactivation in response to a player’s on-field playing ability), and any such deactivation, even with pay, shall be considered discipline subject to the limits set forth in this section. The Non-Injury Grievance Arbitrator’s decision in Terrell Owens (Nov. 23, 2005) is thus expressly overruled as to any Club decision to deactivate a player in response to the player’s conduct.
If it falls under this category, than the team may be able to suspend Blackmon without pay for up to four weeks (games).]
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