Troubled 29-year-old wide receiver Josh Gordon has been reinstated by the NFL coming back from yet another suspension.
Gordon was suspended without pay for violating performing-enhancing substances and substance abuse policies.
His most recent transaction was in September after he signed a one-year, $1 million contract with Seattle.
Gordon will be eligible to practice with the team on December 21, and we may see him in game action shortly after.
This is Gordonâ€™s history since 2013, and listed are his punishments and fines below:
- JUN 7 2013 â€“ Suspended 2 games, and fined an additional 2, for violating the leagueâ€™s substance abuse policy, forfeiting $148,894 in 2013 salary with Cleveland.
- AUG 27 2014 â€“ Suspended for the entire 2014 season for violating the leagueâ€™s substance abuse policy, forfeiting $1.39M in salary/bonus with Cleveland.
- DEC 27 2014 â€“ Suspended 1 game for a violation of team rules with Cleveland.
- JAN 25 2015 â€“ Suspended for the entire 2015 season for violating the NFLâ€™s drug/alcohol policy.
- JUL 25 2016 â€“ Suspended 4 games for violating the leagueâ€™s substance abuse policy, foerfeiting $251,389 in 2016 salary with Cleveland.
- DEC 20 2018 â€“ Suspended indefinitely for violating the leagueâ€™s substance abuse policy (5th charge), forfeiting a remaining $92,941 of 2018 salary with New England.
- DEC 16 2019 â€“ Suspended indefinitely for violating the leagueâ€™s PED policy, forfeiting $238,235 in remaining 2019 salary with Seattle.