BEREA, Ohio - A case could be made for wide receiver Josh Gordon being the most gifted player on the roster as the Cleveland Browns officially kick off training camp later this week.
Whether he's ultimately going to also be the most confounding, intriguing andor disappointing player as the new (again) Browns head into 2013 probably is up to Gordon himself -- and the decisions he makes away from the field.
Standing in the corner of the Browns indoor practice field Monday, Gordon called his June Twitter spat with Browns fans over the NBA Finals "a blank-mind moment."
It was one of those things that didn't need to happen, Gordon admitted, and it's something that probably should be long forgotten by now.
If it wasn't one in a line of his blank-mind moments, it would have been.
A second-round supplemental draft choice of the Browns in July 2012, Gordon's rookie season was mostly successful -- as far as 5-11 seasons go -- but his second season is on hold. In June, the NFL announced Gordo...