Josh Gordon is headed back to Cleveland.
The Browns announced Monday that their long-lost wideout will report to the team on Tuesday to meet with officials from the organization following his reinstatement.
The NFL announced last Wednesday that Gordon had been reinstated on a conditional basis by Commissioner Roger Goodell, with the ability "to join the Browns to attend meetings, engage in conditioning work and individual workouts."
Currently stashed on the Commissioner's Exempt list, Gordon -- if all goes swimmingly -- will be allowed to practice with the Browns starting Monday, November 20. Come November 27, the 26-year-old pass-catcher would be eligible at the club's discretion to return to active status.
Barring a setback, the Browns could have Gordon in uniform for Cleveland's Week 13 road trip to Los Angeles to face the Chargers. He would also be available for the team's final four games against the Packers, Ravens, Bears and Steelers. Gordon hasn't appeared in a regular-season tilt since 2014. Gordon could help fantasy teams this playoff season, although we're a long way from trusting him in lineups at this point, but he may be worth a stash.