Browns to release Josh Gordon

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 16, 2018

"We wish Josh well".

Josh Gordon is no longer a member of the Cleveland Browns after he was released by the National Football League franchise.

Josh Gordon's tenure with the Cleveland Browns is coming to an end as general manager John Dorsey announced in a statement that the club will release the receiver on Monday.

Josh Gordon received countless chances the past six years from the Browns until the franchise finally reached the point where it felt it could no longer stick with the ultra-talented, troubled receiver.

Cleveland's move came after Gordon - who was ruled out of Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints with a hamstring injury - reportedly did not arrive to the Browns' facility on time earlier in the day.

Gordon and DeValve both have injured hamstrings, while Kirksey, a team captain, is battling both a shoulder and an ankle issue.

Josh Gordon is a free agent. Jackson had previously said Gordon would start the game on the bench because he wanted to give other receivers who had been with the team all camp the opportunity.

Dorsey didn't shut the door on the possibility of signing Bryant when the GM spoke to the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com on September 4.

This is the first game Kirksey will miss since he was drafted in 2014.

"The 6'3" wideout hauled in one reception on Sunday, a 17-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

Gordon played all 16 games as a rookie, but his series of suspensions for violations of the NFL's substance-abuse policy began the next season.

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