Despite Gordon's breathtaking amount of red flags and off-field issues, there should be plenty of receiver-needy teams eager take him up on his postscript offer.
Gordon, who returned in December from a three-year suspension for multiple violations of the NFL's substance abuse policy, was expected to play a key role on a new-look Browns offense this fall.
Though Gordon is set to be released Monday, there still is a possibility the Browns will be able to trade him.
The Browns have informed wide receiver Josh Gordon they will release him Monday.
Josh Gordon's tenure with the Cleveland Browns will likely go down as one of the most riveting, mercurial and ultimately tragic sagas in the city's colorful sports history, but that doesn't mean the wide receiver hasn't seen his last National Football League snap.
Gordon returned to the team days prior to the preseason finale after spending almost a month tending to those personal matters.
The sources reported that Gordon was told to not to make the trip to New Orleans for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Additionally, Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot reports that Gordon showed up late to the facility on Saturday and was described as "not himself", which the Browns believed was a sign of a potential relapse. In 2014, Gordon was suspended for the whole year, but it was later reduced to 10 games. Through six seasons, Gordon appeared in 41 games, hauling in 130 catches for 3,106 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Gordon was a second-round pick by the Browns in the 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft.
Browns head coach Hue Jackson had said in mid August that he never lost trust in Gordon.
And then before I knew it, I was getting all of this hostile mail and all of that during my last couple of years. When she smashed her racquet in frustration he cited her again, giving her a point penalty.
EST, the storm was centered 280 miles east southeast of Wilmington , North Carolina , and was moving northwest at 17 mph. The latest projections of Florence, now a Category 4 storm, show it shifting south putting Georgia in its possible path.
In Jacksonville, a relentless band of heavy rain gutted buildings, drenched streets and left wildlife to battle the rising waters. The effects from this huge amount of rainfall will be felt for days to come as rivers could swell for weeks.
NASA astronauts used a super wide-angle lens to capture the footage of Hurricane Florence , due to the massive size of it. But between evacuations and storm shutter installations, NASA and NOAA are keeping people informed and entertained.
The National Hurricane Center is calling for 20 to 30 inches of rain in North Carolina, with spots up to 40 inches. This general motion, accompanied by a further decrease in forward speed, is expected to continue through today.
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In Washington, North Carolina, the wind-swept Pamlico River has risen beyond its banks and is flooding entire neighborhoods. The National Hurricane Center said a gauge in Emerald Isle, North Carolina, reported 6.3 feet (1.92 meters) of inundation.
The storm is now around 530 miles southeast of Cape Fear, North Carolina, and is moving west-northwest at 17 mph. Florence has 130 miles per hour winds, enough to make it a unsafe Category 4 hurricane.
An estimated 10 million people live in areas expected to be placed under a hurricane or storm advisory , according to the U.S. A crew of about 80 rescuers from Montgomery County is headed to SC to help deal with Hurricane Florence and its aftermath.
More than 800,000 homes and businesses have lost power and Mr Cooper said the danger from flooding would linger for days. In New Bern, North Carolina , the National Weather Service said there was 10ft of water .
Along with this projection, NHC warned of "life-threatening" storm surges and floods throughout both North Carolina and SC . The southeast town of Newport, N.C., reported a rainfall total of nearly 24 inches as of midnight Saturday.
Rescue services employed sniffer dogs to search the beach itself for possible victims of the rockfall . A couple of small vessels overturned from the force of the fall and the subsequent high waves.
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Mackie rode in a boat through a flooded neighborhood, navigating through trees and past a fence post to get to the Knox house. Morehead City, North Carolina, had received 23 inches (58 centimeters) of rain by Friday night with more torrents on the way.