The NFL and NFLPA officially announced an agreement on a new drug policy Friday. The release also mentioned that the suspensions handed out to Browns WR Josh Gordon and former Colts LaVon Brazill have been reduced to 10 games.
Both players were initially suspended for an entire year, however, as talks between the two parties progressed, their bans were expected to be reduced once an agreement was in place.
Gordon will be allowed to attend the Browns facility while he’s serving the remainder of his suspension.
Brazill is currently playing in the CFL for Toronto Argonauts, so this could open the door for him to return to the NFL at some point towards the end of the season. There is a chance that NFL teams could wait until next year to explore the idea of adding him to their roster.