CLEVELAND — Josh Gordon has his first touchdown in nearly four years. It just wasn’t enough in the end, as the Browns fell to the Packers in overtime, 27-21. Their record for the season is now 0-13.
Cleveland’s troubled wide receiver, who recently returned after being suspended for two seasons, caught an 18-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter against Green Bay. It was Gordon’s first TD since December 2013. The 26-year-old played his first game since 2014 last week.
The winless Browns are hoping Gordon can stay sober and resurrect his Pro Bowl career. He caught a 38-yard pass on Cleveland’s first play from scrimmage.