Josh Gordon the suspended NFL wide out is running low on bread according to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report.
Cole reported that Gordon is in a “desperate financial situation.” We are hearing the same news, a matter of fact, we are learning that Josh Gordon is looking for marketing advancement of 200,000 dollars.
If you know anything about the NFL, giving a player a loan is illegal but giving a player a marketing advancement is a way many of the LARGER agents get away with breaking the NFLPA rules. That basically means they are fronting money which they will obtain down the road when marketing deals come through.
The problem Josh is willing to pay the 200,000 dollars back when he get’s reinstated.
We heard several agents have reached out to Gordon but the amount is up there. Gordon was fired by his agent and now is hoping a new agent will come to the rescue with boo-koo bank.
Gordon made $4.2 million since being signed by the Browns in 2012, and if he doesn’t get his life together he will not make another dollar from the NFL.