FOXBORO - Bill Belichick was reticent to speak about Josh Gordon all week long.
When he finally did entertain the topic Friday morning after two days of Gordon practicing with his team, Belichick’s overarching theme was, “We’ll see.”
Belichick said that Gordon and newly re-signed defensive back Cyrus Jones have “done as much as they can do in the few days they’ve been here, we’ll see how it goes.”
Belichick did add that Gordon is a “smart kid, he’s picked up a lot.”
Belichick steered clear of speaking about Gordon’s checkered past with the Browns that led to him playing just 11 games since his breakout 2013 season.
“I’m not going to speak about a player’s personal situation,” he said.
As for the brilliance of Gordon when he does play, Belichick wasn’t going to fuel that storyline.
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“All players in this league are talented players or they wouldn’t be in this league,” Belichick scoffed. “We’ll see.”