Cleveland Browns coach Rob Chudzinski tried to make it clear on Wednesday that the team has no intention of trading wide receiver Josh Gordon in the near future.
Reports earlier in the week indicated the Browns would consider dealing Gordon for a second-round draft pick. The San Francisco 49ers were reported to be among the teams interested in the second-year receiver.
"We're not shopping Josh and we have no plans of trading Josh," Chudzinski told reporters.
Chudzinski reiterated his declaration about Gordon last month after the trade of Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a first-round draft pick. At that time, Chudzinski also said Gordon was not on the block.
Gordon has 18 receptions for 303 yards and two touchdowns this season. As a rookie in 2012, Gordon played in all 16 regular-season games and had 50 receptions for 805 yards and five touchdowns.