Wide receiver Josh Gordon will make his debut for the Kansas City Chiefs in their Week 5 matchup against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday Night Football, the NFL Network reported on Tuesday.
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After Gordon practiced with the Chiefs following their Week 3 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, head coach Andy Reid said that it would “take a while” to get him promoted from the practice squad.
Last season, Gordon was on the suspended list due to his battle with substance abuse.
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Two years ago, Gordon played in 11 games for the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. He finished with 426 yards and a touchdown.
Gordon’s best season came back in 2013 when he was a member of the Cleveland Browns. He finished with 87 receptions, a league-high 1,646 yards and nine touchdowns that year.
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This will likely be Gordon’s final opportunity in the NFL.
Teams are clearly still clinging onto the potential the 6-foot-3-inch, 225-pound wideout brings to the table. He could be a fantastic complement to All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce and speedy wide receiver Tyreek Hill. And he will most certainly be a viable option for Patrick Mahomes.