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Josh Gordon News Archive
Gordon is in line to have his season-long suspension reduced to 10 games, assuming the NFL's revised drug policy is approved, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The NFL and the NFLPA have not finalized an agreement on a new drug policy as of late Friday night, but Gordon remains in position to have his suspension reduced -- likely to 10 games -- if an agreement is reached as expected, the Akron Beacon-Journal reports.
Gordon's one-year suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy is in line to be reduced to 10 games once the NFL's revised drug policy is formally approved, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
In the event that the NFL and NFL Players Association pass a revised drug policy, NFL.com reports that Gordon could have his suspension reduced to 10 games.
Gordon's suspension is expected to be reduced to eight games when the new NFL drug policy is approved, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
The NFL and NFL Players Association are reportedly hoping to finalize a new drug policy Thursday night that could potentially result in a reduced or overturned suspension for Gordon, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The NFL's player reps did not vote on the new drug policy Tuesday night, as expected, so Gordon will have to wait a little longer before learning whether his indefinite ban could be overturned, the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports.
The 32 player representatives of the NFL Players Association are slated to take a vote Tuesday on an agreement that could modify the sport's drug policies and potentially affect Gordon's current suspension, according to ESPN.com.
The NFL and the NFL players' union did not reach an agreement that would modify the sport's drug policies and potentially could result in a reduced or overturned suspension for Gordon in time to impact his suspension for Week 1, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. However, multiple sources told the Plain Dealer that an agreement between the NFL and NFL players union that would modify the sport's drug policies could be reached next week.
Gordon said Friday he has no plans to sue the NFL over his one-year suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, ESPN.com reports. "The whole being in limbo thing, I'm over it," Gordon said. "I'm not waiting on the edge of my seat anymore."