While many new Jacksonville Jaguars were taking part in Rookie Mini Camp workouts Sunday afternoon, top draft pick Justin Blackmon was held out with a sore right foot.
Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey describes the injury as just "general soreness" and is nothing serious. The coaching and training staff believed for it to be a good idea to keep him out of the workout to avoid further aggrivation. Blackmon is expected to be at full strength for full-team workouts, which begin May 15.
Blackmon, a wide receiver out of Oklahoma State, was taken with the fifth overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. He has yet to sign with the team.
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