Josh Gordon, reinstated by NFL, signing with Chiefs

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Josh Gordon is back in football and headed to Kansas City. The 30-year-old receiver was officially reinstated by the NFL, per Monday’s transaction wire. Gordon then tweeted Monday that he’s joining the reigning AFC champion Chiefs. Gordon is signing to K.C.’s practice squad, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported but should be elevated to the active roster when he gets up to hurry. The receiver had his conditional reinstatement rescinded by the NFL in January following a setback in his battle with drug abuse that broke the terms of his conditional reinstatement.

Gordon has been suspended by the league on six occasions dating back to the sooner portion of the last decade. The former supplemental draft selection of the Browns missed everything of the 2015 and 2016 seasons thanks to suspension, then returned to play in five games for Cleveland in 2017 and one game in 2018 before he was traded to the Patriots in mid-September of 2018. The trade to New England came after the Browns made public their plans to release Gordon, stating “we’ve reached some extent where we feel it is best to part ways and moves forward.” Gordon appeared in 11 games with the Patriots and caught 40 passes for 720 yards and three touchdowns. He remained with New England into the 2019 season, playing in six games before ending abreast of the injured reserve with a knee injury.

The Patriots waived Gordon from injured reserve on Halloween, and therefore the Seahawks claimed him the subsequent day. The wideout spent the rest of the 2019 season with Seattle, then was suspended in December of that year, missing the whole 2020 campaign — his third full season missed in his career. Gordon was again suspended indefinitely in January, and Seattle released him in March, leaving him liberal to join the new Fan Controlled Football indoor league. Gordon applied for an additional reinstatement in July. He received his wish this weekend and now will plan to rekindle his career with Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Tyreek Hill in Kansas City.

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