Hey, look! More Josh Gordon news!
The new NFL drug policy already has its benefits.
Brian Spaeth (@brianspaeth) joined the podcast today to try and talk about sports. Brian talks to us more about media and things like that than sports, which is why I love having him on as a guest. Topics include: Traditions and codes Twitter and Turtle calls Doing impersonations of people Roger Goodell screaming vacuum Cavs
Josh Gordon will have a bit of time to work at the auto dealership, it would appear. According to Adam Schefter’s sources, once the new deal is put into place between the league and the player’s union on drug testing, Gordon will see his suspension reduced to eight games. When a new drug policy is
Everyone already knows that Josh Gordon is selling cars already, but that means people are visiting and talking to him every day. We got an email from one such fan who stopped to see Josh Gordon and the dynamic receiver indicated to that fan that he thought he’d be playing this Sunday against the New
While we await word tonight on if and when Josh Gordon will catch his first regular season NFL pass, he’s apparently sold his first car! I honestly don’t mean to make light of it, but it is kind of fun. As it turns out if this is what Josh Gordon’s doing with the lemons in
One week into Josh Gordon’s season-long ban and it appears his potential reinstatement is no longer up for debate.
Jimmy Haslam reportedly blocked a trade of Josh Gordon to San Francisco
Last week, the Browns finally learned that star wide receiver Josh Gordon was suspended for one year for violating the league’s drug policy. But according to ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio, the Gordon saga might not be over yet. On NBC last night, Florio said that the owners and players are negotiating a new drug policy that
A look at Josh Gordon’s suspension and the death of comedienne Joan Rivers.
Brian Spaeth joined the podcast today to discuss a bunch of different things. Here’s a list. Dan Gilbert’s gambling statue Cavaliers training camp Browns season opener Guardians of the Galaxy Instagram Indians attendance Josh Gordon’s selling cars
Hey, you. Yeah—you. Looking to buy a new car or truck?
Is Josh Gordon “exploring options?” Is a lawsuit coming down the tracks?
Who saw this coming? The Elyria Chronicle-Telegram suspects that Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is looking at a “much larger role” with Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon suspended for the entire season. Cameron is coming off of a year where he hauled in 80 passes for 917 yards and seven touchdowns. In the two games
Update: There apparently is a rule forbidding suspended NFL players from playing in the CFL… So, there goes that report, I guess… There is CFL rule as pointed by @JimLangSports that CFL teams won't sign suspended NFL Players. I am sure they'll release a statement soon — Robert Littal (@BlkSportsOnline) August 28, 2014 Texting
There were many fantastic reactions from around the internet on yesterday’s news of the confirmed one-year suspension for Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon. Let’s go to the excerpts. From SB Nation’s David Roth: In Josh Gordon’s case, as in all the variously appalling decisions that have preceded it, the NFL is sticking to its
Now that the NFL has finally leveled its punishment at Josh Gordon—a season-long break—it’s time to pick apart this debacle. Rather than pretend like any single person or group is solely responsible, I’m just going to blame everyone. Strap in folks, because in the end, today was a death knell to common sense. It
I was happy to have Dave Sterling (@dimoko) back on the podcast. We started out accidentally discussing public urination and ended with the breaking news that Josh Gordon’s year-long suspension has been upheld by the NFL. We also talked about Kevin Love and his “decision” to come to the Cleveland Cavaliers. We talked about LeBron
Sources tell FOX Sports 1’s Mike Garafolo that Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon’s one-year suspension has been upheld despite appeal. The NFL later confirmed said ruling with a press release. Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Browns had been growing a bit impatient with the NFL’s unwillingness to rule on the potential
[Update: NFL Rules on Josh Gordon: Suspension Upheld, Browns Pissed] Adam Schefter is reporting that the Josh Gordon appeal decision has been made. Apparently the only thing left to decide is when to issue that judgement. Schefter just said on SC that he's heard Gordon decision has been made and Henderson just needs to decide when