According to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon is currently without an agent.
According to NFLPA information, WR Josh Gordon is not currently represented by an agent. Has played 3 years, has gone through 3 agents.— Jason Cole (@JasonColeBR) May 9, 2017
At this point, it is unclear whether Gordon being agentless has any relevance. As recently as the end of March, ESPN noted that Gordon had switched agents and was being represented by Joby Branion. On the NFLPA website, Branion is still listed as Gordon’s agent. When I followed up with Cole about this, he responded with, “Branion is no longer representing Gordon.”
It’s possible that Gordon is just being represented by his business manager, Michael Johnson, who had spoken to ESPN’s Adam Schefter back on March 1st. Over the past few weeks, we’ve heard Sashi Brown indicate the team wasn’t in position to simply let Gordon go, but then there was also the weird stretch on social media that Gordon had in which he was “throwing skulls and stuff” toward the Browns.
The Gordon drama continues on.