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Browns More Likely To Trade Josh Gordon Than Release Him

Browns More Likely To Trade Josh Gordon Than Release Him

If Gordon's issues don't stem from substance abuse then there undoubtedly will be a number of teams looking to acquire a wideout with his vast talent.

Browns general manager John Dorsey said in a statement that the team has informed Gordon's representatives that he will be released Monday.

The Browns announced Saturday that they are set to part ways with the talented but troubled receiver after six-plus seasons and will release him Monday.

Others were perplexed, wondering why the Browns would cut Gordon now after sticking with him for so many years.

Even with Gordon's multiple suspensions and missed time rendering him a third-year veteran, he has accrued enough National Football League service to be a free agent then.

A trade could happen before Gordon is released. "We wish Josh well".

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Gordon was late to the facility today, Rapoport reported.

On Saturday, Gordon was ruled OUT for this weekend's game due to a hamstring injury, but clearly that wasn't the only concern for members of the front office. He reunited with the club August 18.

Gordon has dealt with multiple drug and alcohol-related suspensions since 2015, and today got the ax after he reported late to practice, complaining of a hamstring injury.

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.

In his seven-year career in Cleveland, Gordon played just 41 games (38 starts), making 180 catches for 3,106 yards and 16 touchdowns.


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