Data Scout Notes: 2012: NA...2011: NA/#3WR/Transfer from Baylor
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06/01/14 - WR Josh Gordon ran into more trouble last weekend -- this time on the highway.
Gordon, already facing a possible NFL suspension for a failed drug test, received a speeding ticket in Strongsville, Ohio, last Sunday when his 2014 Mercedes-Benz SUV was clocked at 74 mph in a 60 mph zone on I-71. Gordon's passenger was cited for marijuana possession.
A court appearance for Gordon is scheduled Wednesday.
Police found less than 200 grams of marijuana in a blue bag that carried identification during the traffic stop. According to reports, Gordon's passenger acknowledged that it was theirs.
ESPN's Outside the Lines reported on May 9 that Gordon could receive an indefinite suspension for a failed drug test. He missed the first two games last season because of a drug-related suspension but returned to lead the NFL in receiving yards, catching 87 passes for 1,646 yards and nine touchdowns.
Gordon was named to the Pro Bowl and All-Pro teams after the regular season, his second in the NFL.
11/18/13 - WR Josh Gordon caught five passes for 125 yards. It was his fourth 100-yard game this season.
10/30/13 - --WR Josh Gordon is relieved the trading deadline has passed. Rumors the last five weeks had the Browns listening to trade offers for him.
09/19/13 - WR Josh Gordon was reinstated from the suspended list Monday.
09/12/13 - WR Josh Gordon is suspended for the game against the Ravens. He can return to practice on Monday and play against the Vikings next week. Gordon was suspended for the first two games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.