Josh Gordon got the go-ahead from the NFL to practice. Now one of his hamstrings is holding him back.
The former Pro Bowl wide receiver, whose career has been derailed by drug and alcohol addictions, was released by the league on Saturday to resume all on-field activities with the Browns after being limited to attending meetings, working out and watching practice since returning from a three-week absence.
"He's now cleared to return to all activities, including games," league spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email to The Associated Press.
Gordon took part in the team's pre-practice walk-through on the field after the team removed him from the...