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
Carlos Gonzalez (knee) was removed from Friday's game for precautionary reasons.
To borrow one from Adam Carolla: Sssssssssssssssssssssshocking. Gonzalez has managed just 717 plate appearances combined in the last two years, and fantasy owners are all too familiar with his health woes. When healthy in the last two seasons, he's struck out a fair bit more than he ever has before, so we can longer treat CarGo as a top option when healthy. There's definitely upside, but it's hard to imagine him reaching it. Analysis: Brett Talley