NFL Fans Are Horrified By Possibility Of Josh Gordon Joining Patriots

Josh Gordon Released by Cleveland Browns

Josh Gordon Released by Cleveland Browns

According to NBC 5's and SportsDay contributor Jean-Jacques Taylor, Dallas now does not show any interest in adding Gordon. Not so, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, who said the impending release of the star wideout has nothing to do with any substance abuse related issues, and really is just about an injured hamstring and habitual tardiness that led the team to feel it could no longer trust him.

The Josh Gordon era in Cleveland has shockingly come to an end.

News broke late Saturday night that the Cleveland Browns reportedly plan to trade or release star receiver Josh Gordon in the coming days.

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Earlier Saturday, Gordon complained of a hamstring issue upon reporting to the Browns' facility, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

The sources reported that Gordon was told to not to make the trip to New Orleans for Sunday's game against the Saints.

Gordon has been suspended several times during his career for violating the league's substance abuse policy. "We wish Josh well".

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No specifics were given over the reasoning behind Gordon's departure, but the 27 -year-old thanked the city of Cleveland following the news via an Instagram story.

"This afternoon we informed Josh Gordon and his representatives that we are going to release him on Monday", general manager John Dorsey said in a statement. But given Gordon's talent, it's likely that more than one receiver-needy club will be fascinated by the idea of doing what the Browns ultimately could not: tap into his vast well of talent while also steering him clear of his many troubles.

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