If Josh Gordon gets permission to play in Canada, he has a suitor.
Per a league (NFL, not CFL) source, the Calgary Stampeders hold the rights to Gordon. Per the source, the Stampeders badly want to sign him.
Whether the Stampeders can sign Gordon during his NFL suspension remains incredibly vague. The CFL has a variety of rules that may or may not apply to a player who is under contract and suspension from the NFL.
Ultimately, like any private business, the CFL will do what it wants to do. And since success hinges on getting people to pay for tickets and/or watch games on TV, it’s good business to find a way to get Gordon to the CFL.
If the Browns will allow it. Ultimately, that may be the biggest impediment to Gordon playing football this year.