AFC Notes: Broncos, Browns, Chiefs, Colts




Browns WR Josh Gordon told reporters that he has no plans to request a trade out of Cleveland after the season.

You can ask for a trade whenever you want to really, but that’s not really on my mind, man,” Gordon said Thursday, via Mary Kay Cabot of “I’m just glad to be back.”

Gordon added that playing for the Browns is “not seen as something that’s holding us back. It’s something as a competitor you want to do. You want to come to Cleveland to change the dynamic, to be one of the people responsible for bringing a winning season, a winning organization to the city.”

New Browns GM John Dorsey recently said that Gordon has a home in Cleveland as long he wants it.

“Josh is a very, very, very talented football player,” Dorsey said during interview with 92.3 The Fan. “And it always helps to have talented guys on there. The one thing about Josh, what I’ve seen is and I’ve heard, he’s worked very hard to turn his personal life around. My Catholicism has taught me that, you know what, give every man a second chance in life.

“And as long as he’s committed to the Cleveland Browns, I’ll tell you that the Cleveland Browns are committed to him, to help him not only be a good football player but a good man off the field.”


  • According to Howard Balzer, the Chiefs brought in free agent TE Marcus Lucas for a tryout on Wednesday.


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