Browns releasing troubled WR Josh Gordon

Browns releasing troubled WR Josh Gordon

Josh Gordon's season is already off course. This is a big surprise because neither Gordon nor DeValve were listed on the official injury reports during the week, only to be held out at the last minute.

The team provided no details behind their decision to part ways with Gordon.

Gordon was ruled out for Sunday's game with the New Orleans Saints with a hamstring injury and did not travel with the team.

This is the first game Kirksey will miss since he was drafted in 2014.

The Cleveland Browns will look to get their first win of the 2018 NFL Season as they also play their first road game. He missed training camp this summer to receive counseling and treatment for drug and alcohol dependence.

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Gordon was expected to have an expanded role against the Saints after being targeted just three times last week in a tie against Pittsburgh. Without him, the Browns will lean on three-time Pro Bowler Jarvis Landry, rookie Antonio Callaway and third-year player Rashard Higgins to fill the void.

Gordon played 78 percent of the team's offensive snaps in the opening-week tie against the Steelers, even drawing an unexpected start that coach Hue Jackson called a "mistake" due to miscommunication with his offensive coordinator.

"The 6'3" wideout hauled in one reception on Sunday, a 17-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

Jackson refused to elaborate on the situation this week, saying he and the coaching staff wanted to "move on".

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