The Josh Gordon news continues on. In the 2016 NFL season, Gordon was reinstated in July of that season but was suspended for the first 4 games of the season.
In September of the 2016 season, Gordon left the Browns and decided to enter an in-patient rehabilitation center and was only one week away from being reinstated to the NFL.
Josh Gordon has teamed up with a trainer and is making an effort to make his return to the NFL but it appears that he will have to make the comeback for another team.
Browns beat writer for Cleveland.com Mary Kay Cabot, has reported that a source said that the Browns are likely to trade him or release him. The Browns have the rights of Josh Gordon for two more years.
Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports that Gordon’s camp is expecting to hear from commissioner Roger Goodell about a reinstatement ruling within the next month.
Gordon is being trained by former Olympian Tim Montgomery according to Graziano. Montgomery was a 100-meter record holder but was banned for performance-enhancing drugs and spent time in prison for possession of heroin and distribution.
Gordon has changed agents and has now partnered with Von Miller’s agent, Joby Branion.
Gordon has not played in the NFL since the final six weeks of the 2014 season.
In October of last year Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson, said that the Browns will move on from him.