After yet another arrest this month, the Cleveland Browns have to be uncertain as to what course of action they should take with wide receiver Josh Gordon, who was already facing a potential year-long suspension for multiple failed drug tests.
But according to a report by Mike Florio at ProFootballTalk.com, it is unlikely the Browns will decide to cut Gordon, though they are considering it.
Per a source with knowledge of the dynamics of the situation, it’s not likely that the Browns would cut Gordon, but it remains possible. The source said that it would not be a surprise if the Browns decide to part ways with Gordon before training camp.
Gordon was arrested over the Fourth of July weekend on DWI charges, an incident which sparked NFL great Cris Carter, who dealt with addiction in his past, to say the Browns should cut Gordon.
Last year for the Browns, his second year in the league, Gordon was the most prolific wide receiver in the league despite sub-par quarterback play, amassing 1,646 yards on 87 catches with nine touchdowns. He missed the first two games of the season due to suspension for a failed drug test.
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