Josh Gordon granted conditional reinstatement by NFL after missing two seasons

After watching their week get off to a rough start, things are starting to look up for the Browns

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced on Wednesday that Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has been granted a conditional reinstatement. Gordon had been out of the league since he was hit with a one-year suspension back in February 2015.

Goodell finally the decision to reinstate Gordon after meeting with him in New York on Wednesday. 

“As emphasized at today’s meeting, everyone — including Josh’s teammates and coaches, the Browns’ ownership and organization, the Program professionals and all of us at the league office — want him to have every opportunity to resume his career and to be successful in the NFL,” Goodell said in a statement. “Whether that happens, however, at the end of the day will depend on Josh. His commitment to sobriety and to reaching his goals in football and beyond will determine his success. It ultimately is up to Josh.”

Due to the conditional nature of the reinstatement, Gordon won’t be able to play in a game just yet. As of Nov. 1, Gordon will be allowed to attend meetings, engage in conditioning work and individual workouts. As long as Gordon stays clean, he’ll be allowed to practice with the Browns starting on Nov. 20. 

At that point, Gordon will be placed

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