Gordon’s position will have him “working in all aspects of their car business including as an on-floor salesman.”
On top of that, Gordon’s responsibilities will also include heading their local community efforts and working with the Wounded Warriors Project.
According to Anderson, Gordon will start his new job this weekend.
Pro Football Talk reports that Gordon is still considering whether to file suit to challenge his suspension from the NFL.
Gordon has made an attempt to play football in the CFL this year, but due to the CFL’s rules regarding suspended players under contract with an NFL team, this not an option for him.
Gordon, 23, was set to make a base salary of $825,604 for the 2014 season, but his year-long suspension comes without pay, which is likely the reason for him taking this job.