Josh Gordon clears waivers, is expected back on Chiefs practice squad

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The Chiefs waived wide receiver Josh Gordon on Monday and the league’s other 31 teams passed on a chance to add him to the roster.

Per the NFL’s daily transaction wire, Gordon cleared waivers and became a free agent. He is not expected to remain on the open market for long.

Gordon is expected to re-sign with the Chiefs’ practice squad. Gordon did not play in either of the team’s playoff wins and had just five catches for 32 yards and a touchdown in his 12 regular season appearances with the team.

The Chiefs filled the open roster spot by activating defensive tackle Khalen Saunders off of injured reserve.

6 responses to “Josh Gordon clears waivers, is expected back on Chiefs practice squad

  1. The dancing bear, our 3rd rounder outta Western Illinois, makes a comeback. Do we need another D tackle with two games left? I doubt it.

  2. So he enjoyed some weed back when it was not permitted. Paid that price. NFL now not checking for that, I say whatever, but the Chiefs are right to expect more from him to be on the active roster.

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