According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Josh Gordon "has been notified" his suspension will be reduced from 16 to 10 games, "pending final approval" of the NFL's new drug policy.
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Josh Gordon's suspension is expected to be reduced from 16 to 10 games under the NFL's new drug policy.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Josh Gordon will be suspended ten games under the terms of the NFL's new drug policy.
Browns coach Mike Pettine expressed some skepticism Friday that Josh Gordon will rejoin the team after his eight-game suspension is through.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Josh Gordon's suspension is expected to be reduced to eight games once the new drug policy is approved as early as Friday afternoon.
FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo predicts an eight-game suspension for Josh Gordon if the NFL and NFLPA agree to a new drug policy.
Appearing on ESPN's NFL Insiders Thursday, Adam Schefter reported Josh Gordon would still be looking at a suspension in the event of a new drug agreement, possibly in the range of 6-10 games.
The vote among NFLPA reps on a new drug policy is not expected until Friday at the earliest.
ESPN Cleveland calls Josh Gordon's reinstatement to the NFL "inevitable."
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports Browns owner Jimmy Haslam nixed a Josh Gordon-to-49ers trade last season.
ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi believes there's a "better than 50 percent chance" of Josh Gordon playing this season.
ESPN's Elizabeth Merrill reports Josh Gordon (suspended) has no plans to sue the NFL.
NFLPA chief DeMaurice Smith confirmed the union will seek to reverse suspensions that occurred this year as part of a potential new deal with the league on performance-enhancing drugs.
Appearing on NBC's NFL Kickoff 2014, Profootballtalk's Mike Florio reported Josh Gordon and Wes Welker's suspensions could be reduced or "go away completely" if the NFL and NFLPA agree on a new drug policy.