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The most polarizing name on this list is Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon.
When Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union broke the news that Blackmon had received an indefinite suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, things got murky.
Clearly a superior talent on the field, it's been Blackmon's off-field issues that have prevented him from becoming one of football's elite wide receivers.
Aside from letting the organization down, as Jason Fitzgerald of OvertheCap.com pointed out, Blackmon's most recent suspension could result in some "major consequences" financially. One of the consequences Fitzgerald described would be the possibility that the Jaguars could cut Blackmon and not owe him a dime.
The real shame for this talented player in all of this is that his career and, more importantly, his personal life have been consumed by off-field issues. Sadly, it's these issues that are going to put Blackmon on the roster bubble for 2014.
Prediction: Despite O'Halloran saying that he thinks Blackmon won't ever take a snap at Jacksonville again, Caldwell has said his "hope" is that Blackmon will return to the Jaguars. If Blackmon is able to show progress this offseason, there's a chance that he returns to the club for the 2014 season.