Cleveland's most dangerous playmaker is back on the field.
Wide receiver Josh Gordon practiced Sunday for the first time since being reinstated from his league-imposed ban for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, per multiple reports. The one-time All-Pro participated in the team's walkthrough before watching individual drills from afar.
Gordon, who hasn't played in a game since December 2014, reported to camp out of shape after pulling his quad during a personal workout. The Browns don't need to rush the star wideout, who will serve a four-game suspension before he can play again in Week 5.
Cleveland is expected to pair Gordon alongside electric rookie Corey Coleman in two-wideout sets, with quarterback-turned-receiver Terrelle Pryor also set to see first-team work on passing downs. That trio offers far more potential than what the Browns rolled out at the position last year. The question, though, is whether quarterback Robert Griffin III and the team's rebuilt offensive line can hold up their end of the bargain.
Adding Gordon to the mix amounts to a coup for new coach Hue Jackson, who will certainly find ways to use every weapon available for a Browns team many expect to struggle mightily in 2016.
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