It appears the Browns are ready to clear house on offense.
Cleveland already traded away last year’s No. 3 overall pick, running back Trent Richardson. Now, the team is fielding offers for wide receivers Josh Gordon and Greg Little, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. One team has made a “quality offer” for Gordon, Schefter continued.
Gordon is likely the more attractive of the pair, despite off-field issues. The Browns took him in the second round of the 2012 supplemental draft. Gordon was in trouble multiple times while playing for Baylor for drug issues. He was suspended the first two games of the 2013 season for violating the NFL’s drug policy. Gordon caught 50 passes for 805 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie.
Little was Cleveland’s No. 59 overall pick in 2011. He has eight receptions for 59 yards this season. He has compiled 122 catches for 1,415 yards and six touchdowns in his first 34 games in the NFL. He has a major problem with drops, though. Little had 14 drops in 113 targets his rookie year, nine in 87 targets in 2012 and he already has three drops on 18 targets this season.