Josh Gordon must have gotten the message from the Browns on Sunday, because he performed out of this world during yesterday’s victory over the Vikings.
Hours before kickoff, reports circulated that the Browns were interested in trading Gordon and Greg Little in attempts get rid of some of their negative baggage.
Gordon went out and responded in his first game of the season by having 10 catches for 146 yards and a touchdown in the 31-27 victory in Minnesota.
Gordon told the Akron Beacon Journal that he doesn’t want to be traded from the Browns, and loves the offense that fits him.
“I always want to stay here and be a Cleveland Brown and help this organization as much as possible,” Gordon said, via the Akron Beacon Journal. “I love the offense, love Norv and coach. I’m learning a lot. From a wide receiver standpoint, it’s the best offense to be in, and I can’t complain at all. It’s a business. So [a trade] can happen at any given time. Whatever decision is made, that’s above me. You’ve got to got out there and play. If you’re going to go out there and not be focused, you might get your head knocked off. So I had to go out there and stand between the lines.”