According to Cabot, Gordon is doing “outstanding.”
Browns QB Johnny Manziel told reporters that he’s been in “constant contact” with Gordon during his suspension.
“Yeah, I still talk to Josh every week, so we’ve been in touch constantly throughout the season,” said Manziel, via the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “I got a chance to see him. I invited him down to the A&M game whenever I went back (after the) Thursday night game (in Cincinnati), so like I said, we’ve been in constant contact.”
Gordon, 24, would have had just one more year remaining on his four-year, $5.342 million rookie contract that$3.8 million included guaranteed.
However, Gordon’s suspension will prevent him from becoming an unrestricted free agent after the 2015 season. Ian Rapoport mentioned a while back that Gordon’s suspension will keep be under contract through the 2016 season before becoming a restricted free agent in 2017.
In 2014, Gordon appeared in five games and caught 24 passes for 303 yards receiving, but didn’t score a touchdown.
We’ll have more regarding Gordon’s return to the Browns as the news is available.