The Jacksonville Jaguars and first-round pick Justin Blackmon have come to terms on a contract.

The former Oklahoma State stand-out signed a four-year deal worth approximately $19.5 million.

Blackmon missed the first 11 days of training camp after being selected fifth overall in the NFL draft.

He was arrested in Stillwater, Okla., on June 3 and charged with aggravated DUI when he registered a .24 alcohol level, three times the legal limit. He later apologized and indicated that he would stop drinking. Blackmon pleaded guilty at his court hearing July 24.

Blackmon most likely won’t play in the Jaguars’ first preseason game Friday against the New York Giants. New rules call for a player to have three days of non-contact work before he's allowed to put on full pads.

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