Justin Blackmon DUI: Arrest Video Released

The arrest video for rookie wide receiver Justin Blackmon was released by First Coast News this afternoon. Blackmon was arrested almost two weeks ago outside of Stillwater, Oklahoma for a blood-alcohol level almost three times the legal limit. As a result, he was charged with aggravated DUI.

This is the second such incident for the talented wideout from Oklahoma State. In 2010 he was charged with driving under the influence as well. In this incident, Blackmon has entered a plea of not guilty and a hearing is expected on July 24th.

The fifth pick in the 2012 NFL Draft isn't getting his career started off on the right foot, to say the least.

With a heavy handed commissioner in Roger Goodell who has a zero-tolerance policy for behavior such as this, it's not a good thing that Blackmon has already drawn Goodell's attention for something other than his performance on the field.

And this video doesn't help things, either.

For more updates on Justin Blackmon's status, stay tuned to this StoryStream. For more on the Jacksonville Jaguars, visit Big Cat Country.

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