Josh Gordon believes the Cleveland Browns will select a quarterback with the fourth pick in the draft, but he’s not sure which one. So ESPN asked him which quarterback he thinks will be his future QB, but left off Johnny Football.
The Browns wide out said on “SportsCenter”, Thursday, the pick is “up in the air.” He also quipped that asking him whom the Browns should draft first was “putting me in a position to incriminate myself.”
“There’s no telling,” Gordon said. “I talked with Ray [Farmer, the team’s general manager], I talked with [owner] Jimmy [Haslam]. The choice is really up in the air right now. I’m pretty sure it’s a quarterback and I just really can’t say which one. I’m not real sure.”
“There’s plenty of guys on the list right now,” Gordon said. “Blake Bortles is definitely one of those guys that just may do it for us. Teddy Bridgewater is a great talent. But there’s no telling.”