Should the Dallas Cowboys take a chance on Josh Gordon?
Gordon was mentioned above as a gamble however he could have a ton of upside.
At 6’3, 225 pounds, he is one of the biggest wide receivers available this offseason.
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He has been a stud when he is on the field as he was named an All-Pro at the end of the 2013 season with NFL legend Calvin Johnson.
Since then he has been suspended multiple times as the Cleveland Browns continued to wallow in mediocrity.
Collectively Gordon has only played two full seasons and is only 25 years old.
The former Browns wide receiver is making a serious attempt at turning his life around and that should inspire hope in NFL clubs.
The Cowboys have taken chances on worse players in the past and Gordon is still young enough to have a long and productive NFL career if he can stay out of trouble.