Josh Gordon (hamstring) limited in first practice with Patriots

Josh Gordon (hamstring) limited in first practice with Patriots

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick refused to talk about Gordon during his Wednesday morning press conference, stating that the trade was not yet finalized. Gordon's talent is obvious, but the receiver has dealt with substance-abuse issues in the past.

Finally, the Josh Gordon trade seems to be final.

Gordon's level of participation at practice will likely be announced later on Wednesday. Gordon joins Chris Hogan, Phillip Dorsett, Cordarrelle Patterson and Matthew Slater on the team's depth chart at wide receiver.

GBP/USD falls sharply on reports May to reject Barnier's Irish offer
She will then be out of the room on Thursday afternoon when the other 27 leaders discuss her Brexit proposals. He said Britain would not seek to delay its exit and would leave the European Union as planned, on March 29.

Watch Meghan Markle audibly gasp at the sight of her wedding dress
You know what they say: You can take the grandmother out of the queen , but you can't take the queen out of the grandmother. She also donned a five-meter veil that featured floral designs representing each of the 53 Commonwealth Countries.

Centre merges Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank, Dena Bank
This will create the country's third-largest bank, and capital support will be provided to the merged entity by the government. The banking industry was saddled with bad loans - called non-performing assets in banking parlance - of Rs 8.50 lakh crore.

After Edelman comes back, the Patriots all of a sudden have talented receiving corps that can go head-to-head with pretty much anyone in the league. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported earlier in the week he would be healthy enough to play Sunday in Detroit. He has been suspended more often than not and last week he arrived late to a team practice and showed up "not himself" as one of the local Cleveland media put it.

In addition to his new number, Gordon also has a pretty solid spot in the New England locker room, right next to quarterback Tom Brady.

Selected in the second round of the 2012 supplemental draft, Gordon went on to sign a four-year, $5.3 million deal with the team. With all of the weapons at the Patriots disposal now, it is going to be very hard for teams to key on Rob Gronkowski like we saw the Jaguars do in Week 2. He has big-play ability while can be a mismatch nightmare for opposing defenders due to his size and speed, which is an element that the Patriots have missed their group of wide receivers since the days of Hall of Famer Randy Moss.

Related Articles