Report: Josh Gordon hasn’t satisfied conditions of his reinstatement to practice, play
The NFL conditionally reinstated Josh Gordon on Dec. 3, and the Seahawks activated the receiver to their roster Monday with the expectation he would return today. He will not.
Gordon remains disqualified to practice or play.
The league’s deals Tuesday revealed he returned to the exempt list.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports that the NFL alerted Gordon and the Seahawks on Tuesday that the receiver has not satisfied all regards to his conditional reinstatement. He is permitted only to continue participating in team meetings and individual exercises.
Gordon has actually not played because Dec. 15, 2019.
The NFL suspended him indefinitely for violations of both the substance-abuse and performance-enhancing drugs policies. Gordon’s attorney said in a statement Gordon relapsed following the death of his bro last November.
The Seahawks declared Gordon off waivers from the Patriots last November. He appeared in 5 video games for the group prior to the suspension and captured seven passes for 139 lawns throughout his time with the group.