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Suspended Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon sold his Queen's Harbour home for $5,000 more than he paid for it in 2012.
Jax Daily Record Tuesday, Dec. 23, 201412:00 PM EST

Suspended Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon sells Queen's Harbour home


Suspended Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon sold his house in Queen’s Harbour for $470,000.

According to a deed recorded Monday with the Duval County Clerk’s Office, Clifford Strohofer Jr. and his wife, Patricia, of Jacksonville, bought Blackmon’s residence. A mortgage of $456,750 was recorded Monday.

Blackmon, a 2012 first-round draft pick for the Jaguars, bought the house in October 2012 for $465,000.

He has been suspended without pay since November 2013 for multiple violations of the league’s substance abuse policy.

Blackmon recently pleaded no contest last month to a misdemeanor possession of marijuana charge, according to The Oklahoman’s website.

The newspaper said the charge would be reduced to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct if Blackmon does not commit any crimes during the next six months.

The website also said Blackmon completed a voluntary drug rehabilitation program.

Blackmon is a former All-American at Oklahoma State.

Records show the Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club Owners Association placed a $2,346 lien in June on Blackmon’s home for unpaid assessments.

An earlier lien had been issued in April 2013 for $1,180, but was released two months later, according to records filed with the clerk’s office.

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