In case you forgot, Josh Gordon still is a member of the New England Patriots, and you need look no further than his Instagram for evidence.

The veteran wide receiver, who is serving an indefinite suspension for multiple violations of the NFL's drug policy, posted photos and a video to his Instagram story Monday shouting out Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and TB12 Sports during a workout.

Gordon appeared to be working out at NUMA Speed in Gainesville, Fla., where he reportedly was receiving treatment for substance abuse earlier this offseason.*


Gordon apparently snagged himself the same "6 Rings" TB12 shirt that Brady rocked during the Patriots' Super Bowl parade and tagged the 41-year-old QB in his last story update.

The 27-year-old has posted photos and videos of his Patriots highlights throughout the offseason, as he seems dedicated to returning to the field in a Pats uniform.

Whether the NFL will allow that reunion remains to be seen. Gordon reportedly can apply for reinstatement in May, but he's already been suspended five times since entering the league in 2012 and has violated the terms of his reinstatement multiple times, so the NFL could determine he's simply unfit to be on an active roster.

*A previous version of this story incorrectly stated Gordon was working out at TB12 Sports in Patriot Place. We apologize for the confusion.

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