The Dallas Cowboys are believed to have made contact with NFL Bad Boy Josh Gordon for a possible 2017 contract.
Gordon, 25, has been suspended for the past two seasons due to violations of the NFL’s drug policy. But, the Cleveland Browns receiver is not giving up on his NFL career just yet, despite his recent struggles.
Gordon applied for reinstatement on March 1 and expects to hear back from the NFL in May. It is understood the Seahawks made contact with Gordons’ management and are very interested in what response he receives from the NFL.
The 25-year-old was an All-Pro in 2013, but only appeared in five games in 2014 and hasn’t played in a regular-season game since.
Even if he is reinstated, it’s doubtful the Browns will give him another chance. The Browns are likely try to trade him or possibly even release him.
The Cleveland Browns have his ‘rights’ for Gordon for two more years after he’s reinstated and Jerry Jones is believed to be interested in a possible trade for Gordon, as he wants to build his team around Dak Prescott.
The Browns have given Gordon numerous chances, and he hasn’t been able to stay on the field for them. He’s been suspended for 43 of their last 48 games, and hasn’t seen the field since Dec. 21, 2014.
Gordon would give rookie quarterback a deep threat option and would also free up Dez Bryant at the same time. Add Ezekiel Elliott to the mix for the 2017 and the Dallas Cowboys could pose one of the deadliest wildcard offenses in the league for the 2017 season.
Jerry Jones believes Josh Gordon’s speed could provide another dimension to the Cowboys offense and that Jason Garrett is the coach that could keep Gordon on the straight and narrow.
The Question is now is Josh Gordon’s ‘Ceiling’ worth the gamble to bring him to Cowboys.
The Seahawks would most definitely offer Gordon a 1-year prove it deal and see if the 25-year can reach the heights of his 2014 season, where he played 14 games, had 87 receptions and went for 1646 yards. Gordon scored 9 touchdowns in that season also.