Josh Gordon to sign with Titans practice squad

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Earlier this week, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid mentioned the possibility Josh Gordon could return to the franchise after releasing him as part of getting down to 53 players.

But at least presently, that won’t be the case.

Instead, Gordon is signing with the Titans practice squad, according to multiple reports.

Gordon was reinstated after his latest suspension last September. He then joined the Chiefs, appearing in 12 games with seven starts. But he made only five catches for 32 yards with a touchdown, targeted only 14 times.

He was a healthy scratch for Kansas City’s postseason games.

Gordon led the league with 1,646 receiving yards in 2013, despite playing 14 games that season. He has received multiple suspensions since, also spending time with New England and Seattle.

The Titans have Robert Woods and first-round pick Treylon Burks to lead their receiving corps, along with Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Cody Hollister, and Kyle Philips on their active roster.

10 responses to “Josh Gordon to sign with Titans practice squad

  1. For the life of me, why does this guy keep drawing an NFL paycheck? The past two years when he’s been on the field I haven’t seen anything more than a slightly above average player with decent size. His talent level at this point is badly overrated and he’s not getting any younger.

  2. I thought the NFL cared about it’s image in regards to the personal conduct policy. Yeah, right…

  3. Do drugs – understand there are more teams to play for than there are years left in your miserable career. He is playing the odds. Sign with one, get cut, sign with another, get cut.

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