General manager John Dorsey issued the following statement in regards to the move. Things smelled amusing as he didn't travel with the team like the other injured players and Aaron Goldhammer of ESPN Cleveland even tweeted a lot (in all caps) was going on now with Gordon.
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Details are slowly starting to emerge surrounding the Cleveland Browns' shocking decision to move on from Josh Gordon.
The 27-year-old missed training camp to undergo counseling and treatment.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported shortly after Cleveland's announcement that Gordon was fine at Friday's practice, and his release was over a matter of trust. In 2014, Gordon was suspended for the whole year, but it was later reduced to 10 games.
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The Browns selected Gordon in the second round of the 2012 Supplemental Draft. He went on to play five games that season, recording 18 catches for 335 yards. After a superb 2013 season in which Gordon caught 87 passes for 1,646 yards and nine touchdowns in 14 games, the talented pass-catcher couldn't stay on the field.
It is unclear specifically why the Browns chose to cut ties with Gordon, but his release will bring to an end a saga of off-the-field problems related to Gordon's substance abuse suspensions and addiction. With Gordon gone, the team will rely heavily on Rashard Higgins and Antonio Callaway to work alongside Jarvis Landry and tight end David Njoku.
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What's more , insiders say there are communications between Long and a FEMA contractor that touch on possible future employment. Also at issue is Long's use of staff drivers for some of those trips back and forth, and travel expenses those aides incurred.