Josh Gordon

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 225
College: Baylor
Birth Place: Houston, Texas
Draft: 2012 2nd round (0th pick) by the
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    When will DeShone Kizer make his debut as Browns’ starter?

    After the Browns made quarterback DeShone Kizer a second-round pick last month, the ESPN draft crew unanimously agreed that Kizer wouldn’t play as a rookie. They apparently had forgotten that it was the Browns who had drafted him. Kizer joins a franchise that has been struggling to find a competent quarterback for most of the 18 years since it returned to the NFL as an expansion operation. And as Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer notes in a Sunday mailbag column, Kizer  “demonstrated superior physical skills to the other quarterbacks [on the roster] in regard to arm strength and mobility” from the moment he showed up for rookie minicamp. The question is whether Kizer can learn enough

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    Now that the Cavaliers are at the 2016-17 season’s end-game – making their third straight trip to the NBA Finals – can we make a deal with ourselves to remember the conclusion of the Eastern Conference Finals next season – and remind each other not to fret about locking up the No. 1 seed? The Warriors were even more dominant in their trip to a third straight Finals appearance – beating opponents by an average of 16.3 points per. Of course, getting past San Antonio wasn’t quite as tall a task sans one of the league’s top two-way stars – Kawhi Leonard – who went down with the Spurs leading by 26 points in Game 1. Injuries are a part of the Playoffs – and have been a factor in the Finals over the past two seasons.


    Brian Hoyer already comfortable again in Kyle Shanahan's offense

    Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Rams for nine years for Previously covered University of Missouri football Member of Pro Football Writers of America Follow on Twitter SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- For most members of the San Francisco 49ers offense, last week's start of organized team activities meant the first chance to apply what they've learned about coach Kyle Shanahan's system on the football field. For quarterback Brian Hoyer, the three workouts were closer to a refresher course than a new beginning. "It’s definitely easier for me to call the plays this time around," Hoyer said. "I remember last time kind of having to think about it, whereas now I find myself knowing