It’s been reported for a few weeks now that it would take a second-round pick to acquire Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon, which probably won’t happen, and the Bengals will likely see him again when the two teams meat in Cincy in two weeks.
Unless something unexpected comes out of blue in last hour, CLEV is not trading WR Josh Gordon. Keeping him. 2nd in NFL in ave per catch.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2013
He caught five passes for 132 yards and a touchdown in the Browns’ 23-17 loss to Kansas City Chiefs this past Sunday. He became the first Browns receiver since Braylon Edwards in 2008 to have three 100-yard games in the same season. He still has eight games remaining – assuming he stays with the franchise.
He’s one of the best in the game with a better quarterback, something the Browns hope to have by next year.