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Josh Gordon's Latest Instagram Post Provides Insight on Where He Wants to Play Next Season

David Kaestle
Josh Gordon implies where his interest lies.
Josh Gordon implies where his interest lies. /
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Josh Gordon has had one of the most up-and-down NFL careers in recent memory. At his peak, he was arguably the best receiver in the NFL. At his worst, he wasn't even in the league. Although, the reasons he wasn't in the league had nothing to do with his football talents.

Gordon was suspended multiple times under the NFL's substance abuse policy. He was suspended yet again in 2019, and it seemed like his days in the NFL were numbered. However, Gordon is reportedly seeking to be reinstated, and is looking to play in 2020.

If you were wondering where he'd want to play, it seems he's trying to put that speculation to rest via Instagram.

Josh Gordon seems like he wants to be back in Seattle.
Josh Gordon seems like he wants to be back in Seattle. / Instagram/flash

Last playing for the Seattle Seahawks, a team known for its good culture, welcoming coach and environment, Gordon seems like he wants to head right back to the Emerald City.

While there might not be as many suitors for his services as there once was, he has proven the talent is still there. Still only 29 years old, Gordon could really help bolster the Seahawks receiving corps next season if he gets reinstated by the league.


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