BEREA, Ohio-- After nearly two years, Josh Gordon will return to the practice field in Berea.
Gordon, who's missed all of Training Camp with a quad injury sustained while working out independently in the offseason, was activated from the non-football injury list and will return to practice on Monday for the first time since December 26, 2014.
The former Pro Bowler was reinstated into the NFL by commissioner Roger Goodell on July 25, after he was suspended for the 2015 season after violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
He is still suspended for the first four games of the 2016 regular season, but is permitted to practice throughout training camp.
The 25-year-old receiver took part in the walk-through portion of practice on Sunday, wearing a helmet and working with the first-team offense, but was sidelined for the rest of the non-padded practice.
Gordon last played for the Browns in the 2014 regular season, catching 24 passes for 303 yards in just five games.
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