With the Browns shocking announcing on Saturday that they're going to "part ways" with Gordon, it's starting to look like that exit is going to come in the form of a trade, instead of him simply being cut by the team.
Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot reported that Gordon was "not himself" when he showed up to the Browns' facility Saturday.
"Huge s/o to the city of Cleveland", Gordon wrote.
"I'm extremely honoured and blessed to grow up and start a life amongst such a passionate and motivated group of individuals".
It depends. If Gordon goes through the waiver wire, which he will be subjected to, Baltimore should put in a claim for him, in my opinion. "I'm glad I was able to have the opportunity and it's good to be here and I feel grateful for the opportunity to have the chance to come back out here and be with my teammates and enjoy this attractive atmosphere". Even though Gordon had a hamstring injury in the preseason, the injury news seemed odd because the receiver had practiced all week and was not listed on the injury report. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, there are teams around the NFL that are interested in trading for Gordon. The event was not sponsored by the team but was for a line of products, possibly clothing, that the wide receiver was endorsing, the source said. Gordon had 18 receptions for 335 yards and a touchdown in five games last season. Through six seasons, Gordon appeared in 41 games, hauling in 130 catches for 3,106 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Get ready Jags nation, Flash Gordon could be on his way to Jacksonville.
It is unclear what the release means for Gordon's playing future.