In a story posted on Wednesday, 710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton reported that the Seahawks are interested in re-signing WR Josh Gordon if the league reinstates him. Clayton noted that the Seahawks are expecting a decision from the league on Gordon in the "next week or two."
Gordon appeared in 11 games last season, playing for both the Patriots and Seahawks. Gordon only caught seven passes from Russell Wilson while playing limited snaps, but averaged a robust 19.9 yards per reception. The risks in rostering Gordon are well known. He is one off-field misstep or failed drug test away from possibly being banned from the league altogether. For now, it is best to take a "wait and see" approach to ensure Gordon is actually reinstated and if so, whether he actually signs back in Seattle.