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Mularkey Blows It Again... Justin Blackmon Arrested For Aggravated Dui


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Blackmon was pulled by the cops for doing 60 in a 35 while also driving left of center. He blew 3 times the legal limit, was slurring his speech, not steady on his feet, and had glassy, bloodshot eyes.

I'd say this wouldn't be that big of a deal if it wasn't for the fact that he was just popped for a DUI 2 years ago, and he went out of his way to talk about how he had made a mistake, was embarrassed, he was gonna redeem himself, that wasn't who he was, etc.

Looks like that's exactly who he is.

Mularkey was desperate & it shows.

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I think the point (regardless of the person actually doing the choosing) to take from this is... don't draft guys early that are not squared-away. Yet every year teams do it, and a large % of them get burned by it; so glad that TD and Falcons realize what a mistake that it is and run far away from doing it here!

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What the **** is an 'aggravated' DUI?

"The former Oklahoma State star smelled of alcohol when an officer pulled him over shortly after 3 a.m., Stillwater police spokesman Capt. Randy Dickerson said.

Blackmon agreed to take a breathalyzer test and blew a .24 - three times the legal limit of .08, Dickerson said.

Under Oklahoma law, a driver can be charged with aggravated driving under the influence when a test shows .15 or greater."

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And just what the heck has Mularkey got do do with this--- was he in the car, did he buy the car, was it his car, did he buy the booze, did he open the bottle, --just what was his involvement?

Neither MM or Gene Smith are his baby sitters ---they are his employers.

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I think the point (regardless of the person actually doing the choosing) to take from this is... don't draft guys early that are not squared-away. Yet every year teams do it, and a large % of them get burned by it; so glad that TD and Falcons realize what a mistake that it is and run far away from doing it here!

that doesn't apply to injury history tho right?

Because TD stay getting us burned by those.

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You do realize that Gene Smith drafts for the Jaguars, right? Besides, I think you're jumping the gun a little too much. WR was their biggest need and Blackmon was far and above regarded as the best WR in this class.

And just what the heck has Mularkey got do do with this--- was he in the car, did he buy the car, was it his car, did he buy the booze, did he open the bottle, --just what was his involvement?

Neither MM or Gene Smith are his baby sitters ---they are his employers.

True and True

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Blackmon agreed to take a breathalyzer test and blew a .24 — three times the legal limit of .08,

Under Oklahoma law, a driver can be charged with aggravated driving under the influence when a test shows .15 or greater.

How in the world can a Guy blow .24 at ten in the morning...must have been one Helz of a party.

On a local sports show this morning in Jacksonville they said the Jags were thinking of trying to trade him already...

I suppose the pre-draft "red flag" wasn't something to be ignored . He's got 2 DUIs now...

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please, to all the marks sticking up for Mike Murlarkey, you honestly think that Murlarkey has no say on who he wants to draft for his new team that he coaches? If you actually listened to press conferences with Khan, Murlarkey and Smith, the mind set was to run the organization much like the Falcons do as far as making player personnel decisions.

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please, to all the marks sticking up for Mike Murlarkey, you honestly think that Murlarkey has no say on who he wants to draft for his new team that he coaches? If you actually listened to press conferences with Khan, Murlarkey and Smith, the mind set was to run the organization much like the Falcons do as far as making player personnel decisions.

They needed a good WR and all of they top guys had a lot of they guy had issues, and DUI seemed like the least of evils compared to everyone else

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please, to all the marks sticking up for Mike Murlarkey, you honestly think that Murlarkey has no say on who he wants to draft for his new team that he coaches? If you actually listened to press conferences with Khan, Murlarkey and Smith, the mind set was to run the organization much like the Falcons do as far as making player personnel decisions.

Then why is it that TD gets ALL of the blame in regards to the draft, and FA, and Smitty gets none? The GM drafts players, and puts together the roster. The coach, coaches the said players drafted, or signed by the GM. The coach may have some say in the matter, but the GM is responsible for who he drafts. Wake up!

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Blackmon was pulled by the cops for doing 60 in a 35 while also driving left of center. He blew 3 times the legal limit, was slurring his speech, not steady on his feet, and had glassy, bloodshot eyes.

I'd say this wouldn't be that big of a deal if it wasn't for the fact that he was just popped for a DUI 2 years ago, and he went out of his way to talk about how he had made a mistake, was embarrassed, he was gonna redeem himself, that wasn't who he was, etc.

Looks like that's exactly who he is.

Mularkey was desperate & it shows.

Your move, Michael Floyd.

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