IFWT_Josh Gordon

Josh Gordon is getting another chance in the league.  The wide receiver will be conditionally reinstated and face a four-game suspension.

As part of his reinstatement, Gordon will be able to take part in training camp and play in preseason games with the Cleveland Browns, though he’ll still have to participate in treatment.

During his four-game suspension, Gordon will be allowed to be in team meetings.

Goodall wrote to Gordon:

“As we discussed at our [July 19] meeting, as Commissioner, I want nothing more than to see you turn your circumstances around and succeed.  Countless others including your agent, teammates and coaches, Mr. Haslam and the leadership of the organization, the Program professionals and Jim Brown also have pledged to provide you with every resource at their disposal.  But as you acknowledged, ultimately, your future is your responsibility.  I have every belief that you can make the right choices, but it will be up to you do so.”

Gordon last played December 2014.  He was given an indefinite suspension after multiple failed drug tests and his application for reinstatement was denied in April after another failed drug test.

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source: Adam Schefter