The Cleveland Browns have traded wide receiver Josh Gordon to the New England Patriots. Because to make room for Gordon on their roster, the Patriots have released former first-round pick Corey Coleman, who is now subject to waivers.
The Browns are looking to move on from Gordon, who was inactive for Sunday's loss to the New Orleans Saints with a hamstring injury.
Gordon has played in just six games since, missing two entire seasons because of substance abuse issues. Cleveland will receive the 2019 fifth-round draft pick; the Patriots will receive Gordon and a conditional 2019 seventh-round pick.
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Gordon's tantalizing talent had caused the Browns to hang onto him while he dealt with drug and alcohol dependence dating his teens.
The Browns initially meant to release Gordon outright on Monday, but his team-friendly contract ($790K in 2018; Restricted Free Agent in 2019) made him a better candidate for a low-risk trade instead. Brady said if a receiver can consistently run their routes as discussed, their relationship will progress. Gordon was on the field for 69 snaps (78 percent of the Browns' plays), but had only three passes thrown his way. The Detroit Lions dealt him to the Dallas Cowboys in 2008, and in 10 games with them that year, he totaled just 198 yards. Plus, Dallas has a perceived need for a number one wide receiver following their split with Dez Bryant back in April. Like Gordon, he's done very little since: 28 receptions, 283 yards, 3 TDs with Oakland and San Francisco.
Gordon's best season came in 2013 when he made the Pro Bowl after registering 1,646 receiving yards and nine touchdowns. Maybe being in a new setting and playing for a coach like Jay Gruden could cause Gordon to change his ways and force him to refocus on his career.