Chiefs set to sign recently reinstated WR Josh Gordon to practice squad, sources say

Chiefs set to sign recently reinstated WR Josh Gordon to practice squad, sources say

Previous All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon, who as of late was educated that he is being restored, is wanting to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs, sources told ESPN.

Gordon was traveling to Kansas City on Monday and was relied upon to be endorsed to the Chiefs’ training crew on Monday night with the assumption that an advancement to the dynamic list will follow presently.

Gordon, 30, had numerous groups reach him and express interest in marking him. In any case, one of the attractions of playing in Kansas City was making it a drawn out stop and spending different seasons there, as per his representatives, Eric Dounn and Matt Leist from LAA Sports.

The Chiefs have been looking for a wide receiver who can play each down alongside Tyreek Hill since losing Sammy Watkins as a free specialist in the spring. They’ve given critical playing time to Mecole Hardman, Demarcus Robinson and Byron Pringle, however none of those players have reliably conveyed for the Chiefs.

Slope is behind just close end Travis Kelce in getting yards for the Chiefs with 267. The other three wide receivers have joined for 260 yards.

Gordon was suspended endlessly in December 2019 for infringement of the association’s strategies on substance misuse and execution improving substances. It was Gordon’s 6th suspension since the 2013 season and his fifth for some type of substance misuse, as per ESPN Stats and Information.

Gordon presented his reestablishment letter to NFL official Roger Goodell in July, and the NFLPA suggested that he be restored. His application for reestablishment was supported by Goodell on Monday, a source said.

Be that as it may, this time Gordon, who last played for the Zappers of the Fan Controlled Football association with previous Browns partner Johnny Manziel, says he is prepared to contribute.

Gordon drove the NFL in getting in 2013, when he gathered 1,646 getting yards.

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