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So we're rooting for Josh to get himself to a place where he can rejoin the league.'' With the Browns losing Terrelle Pryor to free agency and needing a big jump this year from Corey Coleman, they could use a big, productive, Pro Bowl receiver like Gordon.In 2013, his second year in the league, he caught 87 passes for 1,646 yards and 9 TDs -- after returning from a two-game suspension.They’re laughing because he is creating geopolitical voids that China will fill—economically, diplomatically and militarily. Though he is not the first president produced by those profiled in these materials, your oath of office requires that you he is the last. The greatest threat to national security are those I profiled full-time for the past 34 years.They created the loss of confidence in government that enabled this narcissist to emerge as “our” Commander- in-Chief.CLEVELAND, Ohio - The last time Roger Goodell let Josh Gordon back into the league, the All-Pro receiver let him down again. Gordon's petition for reinstatement from his indefinite drug ban was denied Thursday by the NFL, but he can reapply in the fall, a league source told There's no timetable for Gordon to try again, but the league wants to see a longer period of sobriety for the oft-suspended receiver.
He hasn't seen the field in about 29 months -- since a 17-13 loss to the Panthers on Dec. There is a precedent for Gordon being told to go home wait, and it worked out in his favor the last time.
"Our decision with Josh is just understanding where he is in his process and being able to add him, but we're not in a position at the wide receiver to turn down a guy like Josh if we feel like he's settled himself.'' The sentiments were a dramatic departure from September, when Gordon left the team and checked himself into inpatient rehab for the third time.
At that time, he was in the midst of the four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy again.
"Listen, when you spend as much time with our players as we do, you get to know them and you root for them and you want them to do well in life," Haslam said at the NFL owners meeting in March.
"We certainly wish the best for Josh but until he gets reinstated I can't really comment on it." Dee Haslam stressed that every situation is different when it comes to off-the-field issues, but the Haslams believe in second chances.