Back in April, the Cleveland Browns were upset when they lost out to the Tennessee Titans for wide receiver Kendall Wright.
Tennessee chose Wright at No. 20 in the first round, and word from the Browns war room was that Wright was their target at No. 22.
Now, with former Baylor receiver Josh Gordon available in the supplemental draft on Thursday, the Browns are looking at the possibility of going after him. According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns are among a number of teams who will attend Gordon's workout today in Houston.
Gordon is a talented player, but comes with issues because he has been out of football after being kicked off the Baylor team following a marijuana arrest. He transferred to Utah and sat out in 2011, and now has put his name in the supplemental draft rather than play for the Utes. Still, some believe that a team might spend as high as a second-round pick on Thursday in order to obtain Gordon.
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