I tuned into Radio 4's Today programme this morning for the first time in ages and wouldn't you know, by sheer luck, the station's flagship presenter John Humphrys was interviewing Gordon Brown about his new book - My Life, Our Times. Show More Summary
Here’s someone Browns fans can pin their hopes on during a turmoil-filled year in Cleveland.
Daniel Finkelstein has always struck me as a very reasonable and decent person, but The Times columnist pulls no punches with this hard-hitting assessment of Gordon Brown's execrable new book - My Life, Our Times. 'The Fink' is not wholly...Show More Summary
Josh Gordon returned to Browns facilities this week.
Browns coach Hue Jackson welcomed a “different” Josh Gordon back to the team facility. On Wednesday, the wide receiver joined his teammates for the first time in more than a year. Jackson said Gordon isn’t the same person he was in 2016. “I don’t think he’s [being untruthful],” Jackson said Wednesday, via Mary Kay Cabot [more]
Guess who's back, back again
Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon arrived at the team facility Tuesday after a long road back. It didn’t even matter that it was the players’ off day. It was a start. “The first day back in the building went great,” Gordon posted on an Instagram story, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. [more]
Josh Gordon is set to make his highly anticipated return to the NFL after being out of the league due to suspensions and battles with drugs and alcohol addiction. But before he reports to the Cleveland Browns later this week, he sat down with GQ do discuss his issues with addiction, and his problem was […]
Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon’s revelation to GQ that he drank or did drugs before every one of his football games is mind-blowing. Gordon had one of the most spectacular seasons in recent memory, leading the NFL with 1,646 receiving yards in 2013 at age 22, despite playing just 14 games and with subpar quarterbacks. Show More Summary
Gordon Brown has claimed the UK was “misled” over Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction and the Iraq War was unjustified. The former prime minister, who was chancellor when the decision to go to war in 2003 was made, has revealed top-secret US intelligence casting serious doubt over the dictator’s destructive capabilities was not shared
Given his many suspensions for violations of the NFL’s substance-abuse policy, we didn’t need Josh Gordon to tell us that he had problems controlling his urges to use drugs and alcohol. Now set to return to the league with a newfound commitment to sobriety, though, the Cleveland Browns wide receiver is sharing a tale of just how […]
Josh Gordon, who rejoins the Browns on Tuesday, admitted drugs and alcohol were part of his pregame “ritual.” In an interview with GQ magazine, the wide receiver said he played under the influence “every game,” including college. “I used to make a ritual of it before every game,” Gordon told GQ, via Mary Kay Cabot [more]
Gordon, who was recently reinstated to the NFL, is coming clean about getting clean
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is crying foul in his new book, that claims the United States misled the United Kingdom over the case for invasion in Iraq. Brown who succeeded Prime Minister Tony Blair, who led Britain inShow More Summary
Secret US intelligence report on weapons of mass destruction was not shared with Tony Blair’s cabinet, new book claims The US defence department knew that Saddam Hussein did not have weapons of mass destruction but kept Britain in the dark, according to an explosive new claim from Gordon Brown. Show More Summary