Brett Hundley threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams in overtime as the Packers rallied from a two-touchdown deficit to beat the Browns 27-24. (0-13) Cleveland hosts (7-6) Baltimore Sunday at 1 o’clock.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has been conditionally reinstated to the NFL. The league said Gordon may join the team immediately to attend meetings and engage in conditioning. He will be placed on the commissioner’s exempt list and be permitted to practice with the team beginning November 20. On November 27, Gordon will be eligible to return to active status or remain on the commissioner’s exempt list for an additional week.
The Browns losing ways have reached historic proportions after Sunday’s loss to the Bengals dropped Cleveland to 2-29 dating to the 2015 season. According to Elias Sport Bureau research, that record matches the worst record in NFL history over a 31-game span. The Oilers and Lions have also had a 2-29 mark over 31 games.
Suspended wide receiver Josh Gordon returned to rehab in June to try to show the NFL he was worthy of reinstatement and will end his treatment September 21. When the NFL denied Gordon’s bid for reinstatement in May, the league told the Browns receiver he could apply again in the fall. 26-year-old Gordon has not played in a game since December 21, 2014. He has been suspended for 43 of the Browns’ past 48 games.