CLEVELAND, Ohio — Friday’s news about a probable cessation for Cleveland Browns far-reaching receiver Josh Gordon took some of a prick out of a fad combined by Day 1 of a 2014 NFL Draft.
Gordon will be dangling for a 2014 deteriorate due to a second unsuccessful drug test, according to reports. Gordon led a joining with 1,646 receiving yards final season.
Former Browns cornerback Hanford Dixon pronounced he will reason settlement until he receives all of a facts.
“Josh is a good kid, and I’ll only wait for a rest of a information on that conditions before we comment,” pronounced Dixon, who participated in a breeze celebration in Twinsburg on Friday night.
Dixon, however, had copiousness to contend about a preference of cornerback Justin Gilbert, a Browns No. 8 altogether selection.
“I adore a cornerback,” Dixon said. “You can never have adequate of them in a joining today. we haven’t met him yet, though we know that he’s a good child and we can’t wait to accommodate him… I’d adore to see us play bump-and-run like how me and Frank [Minnifield] used to play.”