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Josh Gordon Says He Made $10KA Month Selling Weed At Baylor

30 November 2017, 01:22 | Rodolfo Wallace

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The Cleveland Browns wide receiver recently sat down with Sports Illustrated and he chronicled his childhood in Houston, whether it was gangbanging, the drug-dealing, the carjackings and armed robberies and shootouts he says he took part in.

Gordon also goes on the discuss his tumultuous college career at Baylor, where he estimates he brought in "upward of $10,000 in profit every month" selling marijuana before being indefinitely suspended from the program following a failed drug test. He says he began smoking marijuana in seventh grade, taking Xanax in eighth-and still he managed to land a basketball scholarship to the private Westbury Christian School. Gordon also notes that he gave up smoking marijuana during his first two National Football League seasons and that he was "a social drinker", according to the profile.

Gordon stole cars in high school by shattering a window or manipulating the locking mechanism, according to the story. On Tuesday, Sports Illustrated published its story, which was written by Ben Baskin.

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When he spoke with the media, Browns head coach Hue Jackson said that he had "big plans" for Gordon, but that he would only play him "as much as he could handle."

While at Baylor, Gordon was arrested for possession in 2010 and was indefinitely suspended by the school a year later after failing a drug test. "Because, first off, we are not getting paid for this". He finished that season as the NFL's leading receiver with 1,646 yards and was named an all-pro. That is consistent with what he would tell the Cleveland media when he was reinstated after a 10-game suspension in 2014. The 26-year old wideout has been suspended from the league for the past two years stemming from several violations of the league's substance abuse policy. He never made it onto the field, instead entering rehab. Well, it feels as good as coming back to the Browns can possibly feel.

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