Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon was arrested in Edmond, Oklahoma, on Wednesday and charged with possession of marijuana, according to multiple reports.

Blackmon was reportedly stopped for a traffic violation, and police officers smelled the odor of marijuana coming from his car. Marijuana was found during a search of the vehicle, and Blackmon was arrested at 6:22 p.m.

An officer on the scene said in his report that Blackmon admitted there was marijuana in the car.

"Mr. Blackmon said he had been smoking a blunt (marijuana cigar) while he was driving and that there was another full blunt within the car in a box, and that's exactly what our officer's found in the vehicle," according to Edmond Police and Public Information officer Jenny Monroe's statement to USA Today.

The arresting officers witnessed Blackmon approaching an intersection and encircling a row of parked cars to reach the far left turn lane.

It is the third arrest for Blackmon, 24, who is currently suspended indefinitely following his third violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy.

General manager David Caldwell said Blackmon wasn't expected to contribute in 2014 and called the former first-round pick a "luxury" that would "relatively surprise" the Jaguars.

The Jaguars drafted Southern Cal junior Marqise Lee in the second round and later in the same round added Penn State's Allen Robinson to team with Cecil Shorts and Denard Robinson. Not including Blackmon, 12 receivers are on the 90-man training camp roster.

Blackmon served a four-game suspension at the start of last season following his second violation during the 2012 offseason.

The former Oklahoma State star caught 64 passes for 865 yards and five touchdowns in 2012, but has run into a string of off-field issues that have put his NFL future in jeopardy. He was arrested in 2010 in Oklahoma on a DUI charge that was reduced to underage drinking and again in 2012 following a traffic stop in which he failed a breath test that showed his blood alcohol content to be three times the legal limit.