National Football League trade rumors: Browns receiving calls about Josh Gordon
Aug 31 2016 by Marjorie Miles
"It'd be great. I'm working the kinks out here at practice and back at home in Cleveland as much as possible to get ready for it, for Friday, and for next week and going into the season", he said. We started off fast and practice ended up really good. "There's nothing unique to Josh in that sense".
And while that dynamic still may hold true, Friday night did not go as planned as Tampa Bay routed Cleveland, 30-13, Friday night at Raymond James Stadium.
Gordon, who's been suspended for 27 of his last 32 games, made it clear Tuesday that he's happy to be back with the Browns and doesn't want to be traded.
The Browns are apparently not even listening to offers on Gordon despite calls from numerous teams. Browns fans are anxious to see Coleman take the field after he was sidelined with a hamstring injury for the last two weeks. The 22-year-old kicker is now working with a mental coach to get back on track. He's done a good job getting on top of the playbook. "Mr. Haslam, the organization, Coach [Hue] Jackson, I think the world of those guys, this city, this organization".
Needless to say, Cleveland's reported price tag is exorbitantly high, considering these issues. Given all of the issues Gordon has had off the field most fantasy owners, like other National Football League teams, won't touch him. Pressed further, he declined an opportunity to throw water on those reports.
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"I think it works out perfectly then for me", he said.
"I understand what the interest is in Josh".
Next Thursday's preseason finale against the Chicago Bears will not feature numerous starters on either side of the ball, so it may be until September 11 in Philadelphia until fans get another look at the starters.
It's worth mentioning that Gordon was selected by the Browns in the second round of the 2012 supplemental draft.
"Not going to get into any of the speculation, " he said. Josh is doing well. At this point, after a drama-filled eight months of back-and-forth between the union and the league over "credible evidence", Harrison simply wants to get the interview done. Without him, the Browns offense (outside of tight end Gary Barnidge) will have to rely on (for the most part) rookies and players who lack experience/have little to no experience.