After launching yet another Super Bowl title, lots of Patriots & # 39; will line up their first, second or even third Super Bowl ring (unless your name is Tom Brady of course). This list of gamers will include broad receiver Josh Gordon who left the team in December to deal with mental illness.
After the Super Bowl on Sunday, Gordon shared a picture of him and Brady from the week 5 game against the Indianapolis Colts earlier this season:
The picture was the picture "Big & shiny like you said!" Which contained an emoji of a ring. Gordon also updated his Instagram bio and added the "Super Bowl Champion" to join "First Team All Pro" which he performed in 201
New England was traded to Gordon in week 4 after starting season 1-2 while fighting to move the ball offensively. Gordon fits 11 games, captures 720 yards (third most on hold) and three touchdowns. He also led the team with an average of 18.0 meters per second. Receipt.
Gordon missed the last two regular season games and all the down season, but his influence was clearly marked. The 27-year-old hopes to be reinstated for the 2019 season, where he could potentially help the patriots on their journey to ring number seven.