Josh Gordon is back at practice with the Cleveland Browns in Ohio and had a teleconference meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell scheduled for noon EST, according to NFL.com.
The wide receiver is in the process of appealing a potential one-year suspension for a failed drug test. He attended an all-day hearing on Friday in New York, and Monday's meeting was set up as a continuation of that process.
Gordon's appeal was expected to focus on the drug-testing process, arguing that differing results between testing bottles mean the league can't be sure that he tested positive, and that the positive test was a result of second-hand smoke.
In July, the 23-year-old was arrested for driving while impaired in North Carolina. He then spent two weeks in a rehab facility.
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In 2013, Gordon led the NFL with 1,646 receiving yards. He also scored nine touchdowns for the Browns. He missed the first two games of that season after drawing a suspension following a positive test for codeine. In May, a drug test came back positive for marijuana. News of the year-long suspension came less than 24 hours after the Browns selected Johnny Manziel in the first round of the May draft. The hope was for a new aerial attack in which Manziel would be making play after play with Gordon as his primary target. The Browns aren't sure that will happen in 2014.
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On Monday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated college football writer Andy Staples discusses the involvement schools have on their players' behavior off the field.
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