The Seattle Seahawks have claimed former New England Patriots receiver Josh Gordon off waivers, coach Pete Carroll confirmed Friday.
“He’s a unique talent,” Carroll said Friday. “Next week, we’ll take a look and see what he looks like. He’s done a lot of good stuff, made a lot of good plays and all that, so we’ll find out more next week.”
Seahawks had No. 28 priority on waiver wire, per @FieldYates. At least 27 teams passed on him. https://t.co/VFwTGxhs6F— Kevin Seifert (@SeifertESPN) November 1, 2019
Pete Carroll has coached & worked w/a variety of players. When I think of the men in the #Seahawks locker room from Bobby Wagner, KJ Wright, the Griffin brothers, to Tyler Lockett who I know will take special interest, I can see Josh Gordon landed in 1 of t/ better spots for him.— ig: josinaanderson (@JosinaAnderson) November 1, 2019
Gordon played college football at Baylor and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the second round of the 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft.
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