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Justin Blackmon, not Josh Gordon, is now the dumbest player in the NFL

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According to officials with the Edmond Police Department, Justin Blackmon was arrested for possession of marijuana on Wednesday.

 

 

I just don't understand it. I just don't.

 

Perhaps I should have said "associated with the NFL".

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I don't think he deserves another chance

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Some people just can't get out of their own way.

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send a 7th rounder for him?

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And to think leading up to that draft that's who I really wanted Carolina to draft. Somewhere late March I switched to Luke....

 

Things sometimes just work out for the best. 

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Both those guys had the potential to be elite receivers. It is a shame they have substance abuse issues.

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Marijuana?! Say it ain't so 

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smoking the reefer in his car.

 

 

seriously.  how can someone be that stupid?

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