BOSTON (CBS) — Josh Gordon was a significant contributor to the Patriots for more than half of the 2018 season. And though he wasn’t able to be a part of the team’s run to a Super Bowl, the receiver will receive some of the spoils of victory.
According to ESPN’s Mike Reiss, the Patriots will be giving a Super Bowl ring to Gordon “for his contributions to the team’s success over 11 games.”
The 27-year-old Gordon, of course, was suspended indefinitely by the NFL following the Patriots’ loss in Pittsburgh, due to a failed drug test. Gordon had faced numerous suspensions during his career but appeared to have been in a good environment with the Patriots. Gordon, though, reportedly evaded Patriots security during the team’s bye week, leading to the failed test.
In 11 games with the Patriots, Gordon caught 40 passes for 720 yards…
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