Bill Belichick goes full Belichick discussing Josh Gordon release

Would the Redskins ever consider adding Josh Gordon to the roster

Would the Redskins ever consider adding Josh Gordon to the roster

Rookie N'Keal Harry is expected to come off of injured reserve and be ready to play in Sunday's game against Baltimore.

Gordon's been a bit less productive this season, but has still posted 9.1 PPR points per game across six games, and his 8.0 yards per target is still a solid figure given he hasn't seen as many looks down the field.

Josh Gordon, a talented 28-year-old wide receiver with a checkered past in the league but an All-Pro season under his belt, has been claimed by Seattle after being waived by the New England Patriots earlier in the week.

Gordon's now former Patriots teammates also weighed in with Instagram comments. He had 20 catches for 287 yards in six games this season. "He has been able to really stretch the field".

Gordon has always been followed by questions, mainly for his violations of the NFL's substance abuse policy.

Gordon, 28, has battled alcohol and marijuana addiction that led to multiple failed drug tests, including as recently as last season, which led to multiple suspensions.

Heading into a Week 9 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Seattle Seahawks boast a 6-2 record that has them securely holding a Wild Card in the NFC.

All of that being said, let's dive right in and take a look at three bold predictions for Gordon with the Seahawks for the rest of the season.

"He's a unique talent", Carroll said.

"We released him because he was healthy", said Belichick "He passed his physical".

Gordon was released from the Patriots injured reserve on Thursday, having been out of action since October 10 when he suffered a knee injury against the New York Giants while trying to make an entry.

To make room on the 53-man active roster for Gordon, the Seahawks released veteran pass rusher Dekoda Watson two days after they had signed him.

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