The Cleveland Browns face an uphill battle in one of the most difficult divisions in the NFL. The Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers all made the playoffs in 2011 and have their sights set on bigger and better things this season.
Nevertheless, Cleveland addressed its needs very will in April with the additions of running back Trent Richardson and quarterback Brandon Weeden in the first round (both of whom I projected would go to Cleveland).
While Kendall Wright went to the Tennessee Titans, another former star receiver at Baylor landed in Cleveland in the second round of the 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft.
His name is Josh Gordon and he has a pretty checkered off-the-filed history.
During his college career, he failed three drug tests. Before getting kicked out of school at Baylor he had failed two drug tests and the other occured during his short stint at Utah. What’s worse—shortly after getting selected by the Browns, Gordon claimed he hadn’t failed a dru...