Josh Gordon has applied for reinstatement according to Howard Balzer BalzerFootball.com.
Gordon missed 2015 and 2016 due to suspensions related to substance abuse. He was reinstated in 2018 and played 11 games before receiving another indefinite suspension. Reports have hinted at Gordon getting another chance this season and this would be the first step in that process. New England signed Gordon to a one-year deal despite his suspension and Tom Brady spent time this offseason practicing with him. It seems the team believes there is a chance he'll be able to play, so we should as well. He is still under thirty and looked as if he was getting on the same page with Brady before his suspension last season. With a thin receiving core in New England, Gordon should quickly return to the starting lineup if he is allowed to return and we will likely see his ADP move fast from his current spot around the 200th player off the board.