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- Josh Gordon made his return to the NFL last week after multiple years of suspension.
- On Sunday, Gordon scored his first touchdown since his return, finding the end zone for the first time since 2013.
- The Browns are still winless but threatening the Packers late in Sunday’s game.
Josh Gordon scored his first touchdown since his return to the NFL on Sunday, catching an 18-yard pass from DeShone Kizer in the first quarter of the Browns’ game against the Packers.
It was Gordon’s first touchdown since December 15, 2013.
You can check out the play below:
Josh Gordon with his 1st TD since 2014!pic.twitter.com/nHMtOBeB3l
— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) December 10, 2017
After the score, Gordon returned to the Browns’ sideline and donned a pair of sunglasses, strutting for the cameras and the home crowd.
Josh Gordon is much, much cooler than you pic.twitter.com/RqVOavrsgX
— Matt Franciscovich (@MattFranchise) December 10, 2017
Gordon made his return to the NFL last week, playing his first game since 2014 due to suspensions stemming from multiple violations of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. After a solid performance last week, Gordon came out firing for the Browns on Sunday, accruing 56 yards on Cleveland’s opening drive, including the score that tied the game early.
With Gordon back, the Cleveland offense has looked much more lively the past two weeks. And after adding another score in the third quarter, it accomplished something the team hasn’t done in two years:
The Browns have a two-touchdown lead in the second half for the first time in the Hue Jackson era.
— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) December 10, 2017
The Browns are still looking to secure their first win of the 2017 season.