By Jeff Risdon
The Browns might not have to release troubled wideout Josh Gordon. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, other teams are calling the Browns and GM John Dorsey with trade offers.
Cleveland announced via a Saturday evening press release that the team is set to release the talented but troubled wideout. Now it seems the Browns might get a tasty enough trade offer to bite for Gordon’s services.
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Teams already calling the Browns, who league sources believe are far more likely to trade Josh Gordon than release him.
Gordon is a vested vet and is not subject to waivers. So if he is cut, he is a free agent and can sign where he wants, for what he wants.
A lot at stake.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 16, 2018
It’s important to note the team has not formally made any roster move with Gordon. And as Schefter notes, he is a vested veteran and could choose any team he wishes if he is released. Teams who are willing to take the risk on the 27-year-old can jump the process and make a trade with the Browns to secure his...