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Seahawks receiver Josh Gordon suspended indefinitely for violating NFL’s substance abuse and PED policy

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It appears that Josh Gordon has ran out of chances.

The NFL announced that they have suspended the Seattle Seahawks receiver indefinitely after he tested positive for both performance-enhancing drugs and substances of abuse.

This will mark the fifth time in eight years that the 28-year old has been suspended by the league. Issues with alcohol/drug addiction have derailed a once promising career, and as a result, he has only appeared in a combined 28 out of a possible 80 games since the start of the 2015 NFL season.

Gordon started the 2019 campaign with the New England Patriots before being waived and eventually picked up by the Seahawks last month. In 11 games this year, he has posted 27 receptions, 426 receiving yards and one touchdown.

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Drew Brees not retiring just yet, announces he will return in 2020

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Drew Brees is not hanging up the cleats just yet.

The legendary quaterback announced on Tuesday that he will be returning to the New Orleans Saints in 2020 for his 20th NFL season.

“I look forward to the grind and the journey, for the reward at the end will be worth it!!!!. Love you #WhoDatNation. Let’s make another run at it!” wrote Brees in an Instagram post.

The decision comes after he left his future up in the air following the Saints’ disappointing 26-20 overtime loss in the Wild Card round on January 5th.

The 41-year old has been in the league since 2001 and spent the first five years of his career with the then-San Diego Chargers before joining the Saints prior to the 2006 season, where he has enjoyed most of his career success.

Brees has posted 6,867 pass completions, 77,416 passing yards, 547 touchdowns, and 237 interceptions in 275 career regular season games. He also has a Super Bowl title, Super Bowl MVP, 13 Pro Bowl appearances, two NFL Offensive Player of the Year awards, and has been a seven-time NFL passing yards leader, four-time NFL passing touchdowns leader, and two-time Second-team All-Pro throughout his illustrious career

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Myles Garrett reinstated by NFL, will be able to play in 2020

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Cleveland Browns fans can rest easy, because they know for sure they will get a key piece of their defensive core back to open next season.

The NFL announced that they have officially reinstated Browns defensive end Myles Garrett from an indefinite suspension stemming from an incident where he hit Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his own helmet during a game in November.

The Browns are certainly excited to have him back, and turn the page on a disappointing saga.

“We welcome Myles back to our organization with open arms,” said Browns General Manager Andrew Berry.

“We know he is grateful to be reinstated, eager to put the past behind him and continue to evolve and grow as a leader. We look forward to having his strong positive presence back as a teammate, player and person in our community.”

The 2018 Pro Bowler, who was selected first overall in the 2017 NFL Draft, amassed 29 combined tackles, 10.0 sacks and two forced fumbles in 10 games last season, his third campaign since coming out of Texas A&M.

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Philip Rivers plans to extend his career a couple of years following divorce from Los Angeles Chargers

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In case you missed it, yesterday marked the end of an era in California.

After 16 seasons and 228 games, the Los Angeles Chargers and longtime starting QB Philip Rivers have mutually agreed to part ways.

The 38-year old, who is an eight-time Pro Bowler, amassed 4,908 pass completions, 59,271 passing yards, 64.7 pass completion percentage, 397 touchdowns and 198 interceptions with the franchise.

Despite his best days behind him, Rivers believes he still has some gas left in the tank to offer to teams across the league.

“I do feel I have some emotional fire and passion still left,” said Rivers.

“I know I have the passion for the game that I think is going to last my lifetime. And I think I have the ability left to go play at a high level.”

Although he is still motivated to play football, he doesn’t expect his career to last too much longer.

“I can say for certain that if I’m playing, it’s a two-year maximum,” added Rivers.

No word yet on which teams are interested in his services.

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