Now that Josh Gordon has been re-instated by the NFL, he is already a hot commodity.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Tuesday that multiple teams have reached out to Cleveland's front office to inquire about trading ft suspended Cleveland Browns' wide receiver. Gordon hasn't played in an NFL game since December 2014, but is likely to make his NFL preseason debut on Friday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
A source for the team reportedly told Schefter, hat the team isn't looking to trade Gordon, who will serve a four-game suspension to open the year before returning against the Patriots in Week 5.
"Cleveland is my team. That's where I want to be," Gordon told ESPN.com. "(Browns owner Jimmy) Haslam, the organization, coach (Hue) Jackson, I think the world of those guys, this city, this organization. They're showing me the love and respect back to me by allowing me to stay here up to this point.
"I expect to move forward with that. I'm excited about it. This is where I want to be and I'm happy to be with Cleveland."