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Josh Gordon to be released by Cleveland Browns on Monday

Josh Gordon to be released by Cleveland Browns on Monday

Depending on how you feel about Josh Gordon, we have good news or bad news.

Josh Gordon is set to be released on Monday by the Cleveland Browns, but he has some trade destinations in mind if the team decides to move him before a cut. On Sunday morning, Schefter reported that although Gordon would have no say in the matter, he'd prefer to be traded to the 49ers or Cowboys.

Gordon had missed all of the preseason while nursing a hamstring injury.

Gordon is still just 27-years-old. For the past six years, the Browns have fully supported and invested in.

Gordon's incredible talent has been overshadowed by substance abuse throughout his career.

But, I know what some of you are likely thinking. He has been suspended by the National Football League for most of the past four seasons because of multiple drug violations, and the Browns have been supportive of him for years as he has tried to turn things around.

Florence weakens to Category 1, but days of rain and wind underway
With no steering currents in the atmosphere to keep the storm moving, Florence will slow down as it approaches land. Officials have warned the storm has the potential to kill "a lot of people" amid risks of "catastrophic" flooding.

Gordon posted on Instagram Saturday, thanking the city of Cleveland and the Browns.

It was announced on Saturday night that the Browns intend to release Gordon after he he showed up to team facilities late, violated team rules and "wasn't acting himself". Both teams could use help at wide receiver.

The Browns selected Gordon in the second round of the 2012 Supplemental Draft.

It is unclear what the release means for Gordon's playing future. He did not play in either 2015 or 2016.

Considering the Ravens signed three brand new wide receivers this offseason who are Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead, adding a fourth receiver who is a Pro Bowl caliber one like Gordon would feel a little crowded.

Cleveland brought in free agent Dez Bryant for a visit last month during training camp, but the two sides failed to reach a deal.


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