The Cleveland Browns officially moved the receiver off the non-football injury list.
NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said this means he’s “cleared to return to all activities, including games.”
A move to the active list was necessitated before Gordon could be involved in an on-field walk-through on Saturday, as coach Hue Jackson indicated on Friday. Under the terms of his conditional reinstatement, Gordon couldn’t participate in full practices yet.
WR Josh Gordon has been officially moved to the active list and will be involved in walk throughs pic.twitter.com/iHx7DLAO7M
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) August 25, 2018
Gordon returned to the team last week after staying away for nearly a month to focus on personal issues related to his health and well-being.
Josh Gordon Left the Team to Deal with Child Support Case https://t.co/dNGGQ17aWQ
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) August 17, 2018
Hopefully that drama is behind him. When right in the body and mind, Gordon is one of the NFL’s best receivers. Problem is that doesn’t happen very often.