An arrest warrant has been authorized for suspended Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon after Gordon failed to answer several subpoenas in a child paternity case.
The complaint against Gordon was first filed in July 2015. The warrant was issued by a Cuyahoga Countty judge Aug. 31 after Gordon didn’t respond to subpoenas sent to several different addresses in Los Angeles and Cleveland, Cleveland.com reported.
Gordon has not delivered a DNA sample a court ordered him to submit last September, the warrant says.
The NFL conditionally reinstated Gordon in July, allowing him to participate in training camp and the preseason. He’s been allowed to participate in meetings during his four-game suspension to start the 2016 season.
Gordon is eligible to return to the Browns after two more games, on Oct. 3, and assuming he’s fully reinstated he’ll be able to play Oct. 9 vs. the Patriots.