You are not experiencing some weird case of deja vu. Josh Gordon has really been suspended once again. After going through a (shortened) 10-week suspension for violating the NFL's drug policy, Gordon played a mere five games with the Cleveland Browns before getting slapped with another suspension. This time, the punishment comes from his own team, who placed him on the "reserve/suspended by club" list for violating team rules.
If you're wondering what did Gordon do to warrant the suspension, NFL.com's Ian Rapaport may have the answer.
With Gordon entering the final year of his contract, will the Browns decide to keep rolling the dice with the hopes that he gets his act together next year. Or, will the franchise eat the $1.6 million cap hit and wash their hands of him? If you were in the shoes of general manager Ray Farmer and owner Jimmy Haslam, what would you do?
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[via Pro Football Talk]