Josh Gordon could have discovered one other NFL touchdown spot

NFL extensive receiver Josh Gordon was launched by the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs once they trimmed their roster, and he’s already discovered one other touchdown spot.

NFL extensive receiver Josh Gordon was launched by the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs once they trimmed their roster. Fortunately, it didn’t take him lengthy to search out one other touchdown spot. Based on Taylor Bisciotti of NFL Community, Gordon visited the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday.

He was later signed to the Titans observe squad, in accordance with agent Zac Hiller (reported to Adam Schefter of ESPN).

Gordon has had a tough path within the NFL. He was among the finest gamers in 2013, only one yr after he made his NFL debut. Based on ESPN, “He led the NFL in receiving in 2013 with 1,646 yards and 9 touchdowns on 87 catches.”

He then missed the whole thing of the 2015 and 2016 seasons because of suspensions involving substances. Since then, he’s had hassle staying on any staff and his efficiency has gone considerably downhill.

If he can get again to his early-career potential, he might be a weapon for the Titans.

Titans WR Josh Gordon wants to search out his potential

Gordon began his profession with a catch proportion of 52.1 and constantly caught about the identical by way of his first three seasons. After being suspended, he got here again inconsistent every season. By the tip of final season, he had a catch proportion of 35.7.

He solely accomplished 32 dashing yards over 12 video games. He undoubtedly misplaced his steam and wouldn’t contribute a lot contemplating these numbers. Nevertheless, along with his early-season outcomes, he’d have the ability to assist the Titans considerably.

The Titans are staff and have completed first within the AFC South standings the previous three consecutive seasons, so it’s good so as to add Gordon to the observe squad somewhat than the 53-man roster immediately. He ought to need to show himself, and it will give him the chance to with out having to surrender on his NFL profession.