May 21, 2014; Berea, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (12) during organized team activities at Cleveland Browns practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Josh Gordon only standout on Cleveland offense today


The Cleveland Browns passing offense struggled in OTAs today. Everyone on that offense struggled except for Josh Gordon. Gordon was the stand out on the squad and was making plays on the football all over the field, per Tony Grossi. It would sound great for the upcoming season, IF he were able to play during the season.

Gordon is facing that season long suspension right now and might not even get to see the field for the whole year. All the work that he is putting in during OTAs might not even be worth anything during the regular season.

He was just recently pulled over during the holiday weekend as well for a traffic violation and the passenger in the car had weed on him. He needs to get his situation straight. I understand that weed is legal in some states and all those other excuses for him using it. It still is not legal in the NFL. The NFL pays his contract so he needs to follow those rules or the NFL does not have to pay him or let him play.

Right now, it looks like he will be sitting on the sidelines though.

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  • William Plaster

    A person who has the addiction problems as Gordon will not benefit by being suspended for the year. In fact, it will probably excerbate his problem and his life will be affected negatively. Why cannot teams identify the problem and obtain the professional help the individual needs? It is really sad that a player with his talent and potential to be one of the greatest, prefers drugs to a great football career.