The Cleveland Browns got their star receiver back after a pending reinstatement. Josh Gordon, 25, will be eligible to play football this season with the Browns. His first game will be against the New England Patriots in week 5.
The organization announced that Gordon will not be ready for training camp. He hurt his quadriceps while working out on his own this summer. He is expected to miss “at least a couple of weeks” according to the Cleveland Browns.
Three other athletes are currently on the PUP/NFI list just before the start of training camp. Cornerback Joe Haden, tight end Seth DeValve and offensive lineman Conor Boffeli.
#Browns place 4 players on PUP/NFI lists
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) July 26, 2016
Haden continues to recover from an ankle injury, DeValve has a hamstring injury, and Boffeli is trying to improve his knee and ankle.
The Browns hope everything goes well for these four athletes. Having a healthy Josh Gordon and Joe Haden will be truly beneficial for this team in 2016.
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