Flash is coming back
Gordon made headlines by missing the start of training camp to reportedly get more help with the off-the-field issues he’s been deal with.
Coleman’s been on the trade block before, the Browns seemed willing to go into the season with him after they found out how cool the market was for him leading up to the draft.
With Gordon out, in addition to a season ending injury to Ricardo Louis, the Browns are thin at wide receiver, so Gordon’s return has to be imminent.
Gordon figures to lineup opposite Jarvis Landry in the Browns offense for Week 1. Landry is often talked about as a slot receiver, but look for him to play all over the place in 2018.
The Browns need guys who can catch the ball, so look for Todd Haley to do whatever it takes to put the ball in Landry’s hand.
Gordon’s presence obviously would be a boost to Landry because of his ability to stretch the field.
It’s not rocket science: A one-two punch of Gordon and Landry is a much better than Landry and Coleman.