Josh Gordon has gotten chance after chance after chance to return to the NFL. If the NFL reinstates Gordon again, he will have a suitor waiting for him.
John Clayton of ESPN 710 reports the Seahawks will try to re-sign Gordon when commissioner Roger Goodell makes a decision on Gordon’s future, which is expected in the next week or two.
Gordon, 29, filed for reinstatement a month ago.
The NFL indefinitely suspended Gordon last December, the fifth time he has served a suspension.
Gordon played six games for the Patriots and five for the Seahawks last season before violating both the substance abuse and performance-enhancing drug policies. He made 27 catches for 426 yards and a touchdown in 11 games last season.
The Seahawks have a strong receiver corps with Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, David Moore and free agent pickup Phillip Dorsett II, but the team enjoyed its brief time with Gordon.