Blackmon’s career got off to a rocky start before he even reached training camp when he was arrested in June on his second DUI charge in two years. This charge was “aggravated” since his blood-alcohol level was reportedly three times the legal limit. Not exactly what the Jaguars were looking for from the player they traded up to the No. 5 overall spot to select in April. For his part, Blackmon said he’s giving up alcohol, and the arrest will soon be forgotten if he can help solve the Jaguars’ long suffering issues in attempting to have a difference-making wide receiver. Blackmon, a two-time Biletnikoff Award winner, had 40 career touchdowns and potentially gives the Jaguars their first legitimate No. 1 receiver since Jimmy Smith.