Jacksonville Jaguars GM David Caldwell confirms Justin Blackmon is done in Jacksonville.
Not sure if Blackmon and Browns wide out Josh Gordon were getting high together which prompted Blackmon's eventually release by the Jaguars, but whatever the reason, and there have been plenty, Blackmon will no longer be a Jag, which prompted the team to draft wide outs Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson. The Jags can not officially release Blackmon until he is reinstated which he will have to apply for before the start of the 2014 season. By releasing Blackmon the team washes their hands of the troubled receiver, who has already been suspended twice for violating the league's substance-abuse policy, and in essence free up a large chunk of money to sign players the hope will take their career much more seriously.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Jeremy Langford had 30 snaps compared to 37 for Matt Forte on Thursday night.
On the one hand, Langford has played well enough to earn increased playing time, as he became the first Bears rookie running back with rushing touchdowns in four consecutive games since Walter Payton. On the other hand, Matt Forte was playing for the first time since spraining his MCL, and his limited work load could be a result of wanting to ease him back into action. We will have to see how the snaps shake out in Week 13 before we can draw too many conclusions. Analysis: Steve Pimental