NFL players, past and present, are having trouble staying out of trouble lately.
While Justin Blackmon still has the NFL stamp keeping him out of jail, he will watch the Jaguars' first four games this season.
This is a big strike two for Justin, who is heading into his second NFL season. His career could last another 10 years. It could just as easily last another year or two.
Another wide receiver who's NFL is likely done is Titus Young Sr. The former Lions receiver was arrested three times last week, with two of those coming in less than 24 hours.
After the third arrest, Richard Young, Titus' father, has finally come to his son's aide (sort of).
The elder Young says his son has a brain disorder and needs help. ESPN reported that Richard spoke with the Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press.
As someone who will likely be out of the NFL for good, Titus will have a lot of time on his hands. Whether it is spent at home or in jail, he needs to learn how to spent it more efficiently.
Another former NFL-er made headlines again today. That man is O.J. Simpson.
He is back in court in regards to a 2007 robbery.
Reports say that Simpson led five men in an armed robbery in Las Vegas, Nevada. His sentence time will be nine to 33 years.