Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon is out of the league again.
The unprecedented 28-year-old wideout on Monday received an indefinite suspension from the NFL for violating PEDs and substance abuse.
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This marks Gordon’s fifth NFL suspension and his second indefinite suspension. Its latest suspension, also indefinitely and without pay, came in 2018 for violating the same substance abuse policy. Gordon was reinstated by the suspension in August.
Gordon took over the Patriots for six games in 2019 before being placed on injured reserve and then resigned. The Seahawks claimed Gordon on November 1 and played in five games for Seattle.
Since he was drafted, Gordon has played with the Browns, Patriots and Seahawks.