Josh Gordon hasn’t performed in an NFL sport since 2014. But he has fairly excessive hopes for his comeback.
Gordon talked to reporters Wednesday, his second day again on the workplace since being reinstated by the league after a number of violations of the substance abuse coverage. And he’s anticipating to return to his earlier type each time he returns to the sphere.
“Ultimately my goal is to be the best wide receiver of all time, so I think any wide receiver, any position should see themselves in that way,” Gordon mentioned, by way of Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “For me, that’s always been my goal, and it’s just been re-affirmed for me time and time again and now being back in the situation to do it, I plan on seeing it through.”
He didn’t spend a lot time speaking about his struggles with substance abuse, saying: “No regrets. That whole experience was fundamental for my growth.”
He additionally didn’t expound on a current GQ Magazine story by which he mentioned he obtained excessive on sport days all through his profession.
“Anything like that has already been stated,” he mentioned. “I know I’m clean and sober and I’m looking forward to that. The ceiling is very high and there’s a lot of potential there.”
That’s at all times been the case, as he confirmed in 2013 when he caught 87 pbades for 1,646 yards and 7 touchdowns. But the larger stat has been the 51 of his final 56 video games he’s missed due to suspensions, which suggests he has lots to show.