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Sport Seahawks claim former Patriots WR Gordon off waivers

00:05  02 november  2019
00:05  02 november  2019 Source:   12up.com

Frustrated with season so far, Melvin Gordon appears to regret his holdout

  Frustrated with season so far, Melvin Gordon appears to regret his holdout The Los Angeles Chargers rusher seems to have wished he attended training camp after all.Not only did his holdout not produce the contract extension and money he was seeking from the Los Angeles Chargers, but Gordon has also played poorly since his return. He has averaged just 2.3 yards per carry this season and essentially cost the Chargers the game with a fumble at the goal line in a Week 7 loss to Tennessee.

The # Seahawks have claimed former # Patriots WR Josh Gordon , source said. Through a multitude of off the field problems, Gordon remains one of the more talented wide receivers in football, especially when he has a quarterback of Wilson's caliber throwing him the ball.

The Seahawks added a former All-Pro receiver on Friday, claiming Josh Gordon off of waivers from New England. Gordon , who was waived by the New England Patriots Thursday, won't play this weekend when Seattle hosts Tampa Bay, but the Seahawks will start seeing what he can bring to the

The NFC West is absolutely loaded with talent, and now the likes of the LA Rams and San Francisco 49ers have another problem on their hands--Russell Wilson just received a gift, and another weapon in his arsenal of talented wide receivers.

a close up of Josh Gordon in a baseball uniform throwing a ball: New England Patriots v Washington Redskins© Patrick McDermott/Getty Images New England Patriots v Washington Redskins

As if DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett weren't tough enough to cover on a weekly basis, the Seattle Seahawks have acquired Josh Gordon off waivers from the New England Patriots.

Through a multitude of off the field problems, Gordon remains one of the more talented wide receivers in football, especially when he has a quarterback of Wilson's caliber throwing him the ball. In 2019, we've seen flashes from the man whose nickname just so happens to hint at that breakaway speed, accumulating 287 yards and emerging as New England's best downfield threat.

Reports: Josh Gordon expected to be waived off IR when healthy

  Reports: Josh Gordon expected to be waived off IR when healthy The Patriots placed Josh Gordon on injured reserve Wednesday, a day after acquiring receiver Mohamed Sanu from the Falcons. It might not signal the end of Gordon’s season, though. Gordon’s knee injury is considered “minor,” according to multiple reports, and he expects to be cleared soon. The receiver recently went 22 mph on a treadmill [more]

The Seahawks claimed former Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon off waivers , adding what coach Pete Carroll calls a "unique talent" to their offense. A source told ESPN that Gordon considered the Seahawks , who were 28th in waiver priority, a desired landing spot. Carroll said he was surprised

1 (UPI) — The Seattle Seahawks claimed former New England Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon off waivers , head coach Pete Carroll confirmed Friday. The Patriots released Gordon off injured reserve Thursday.

While his health remains a question mark due to a leg injury suffered against the Washington Redskins earlier this season, the talented wideout strongly disagreed with the Patriots' decision to place him on IR, leading to his eventual release.

Gordon's relationship with Wilson certainly helped his cause, and this serves as a low-risk move for one of the better offensive units in the NFL. Pete Carroll and Co. are going all-out.

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