CLEVELAND-- It will be at least a couple of weeks until Josh Gordon steps foot on the field again for the Browns.
Though the reinstated receiver is eligible to participate in Training Camp, Gordon reported to the Browns today and took a physical, revealing that he has a quad injury that will require a few weeks of recovery.
Gordon was placed on the active/non-football injury list, joining OL Conor Boffeli (knee/ankle).
Additionally, DB Joe Haden (ankle) and rookie TE Seth DeValve (hamstring) were placed on the active/physically unable to perform list.
Gordon injured his hamstring working out independently this summer and met with Browns brass, including Sashi Brown and Hue Jackson, on Monday. He is still suspended until Week 5 of the regular season, when the Browns play the New England Patriots on Oct. 3.
Haden continues to recover from offseason ankle surgery and is working towards a return to the team before the start of the 2016 regular season.
Each of the aforementioned players is unable to take part in any on-field activities until they're medically cleared. As they recover, they can participate in strength and conditioning drills, as well as rehab and meetings.
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