BEREA -- Josh Gordon was the subject of constant attention Wednesday at his first Cleveland Browns practice. After every play, a coach wanted to tell Gordon something.
Just making sure I do everything the right way, Gordon said.
That could be his mantra since being selected in the second round of the NFL Supplemental Draft a couple weeks ago.
Because Gordon has to prove a lot to a lot of people. Not just about his football ability but about his personal life. Two failed drug tests for marijuana use led to his being dismissed from Baylor, one after he and a friend fell asleep in a car at a Taco Bell drive-through line.
He transferred to Utah, where he was given another chance, but could not play in games due to NCAA rules for one year.
Wednesday, he admitted a third failed test while at Utah.
There was a failed test, but (its) definitely something I want to get past, he said. Im coming out here, I have a new experience, a new foundation. And I dont really plan on looking back in the...