Josh Gordon is back in the building, folks.
The New England Patriots wide receiver was reinstated from his indefinite suspension Friday, making him eligible to join the team for the first time since late December.
And Gordon did just that Monday, accompanying the team for warmups outside Gillette Stadium as they prepare for the Carolina Panthers on Thursday.
Josh Gordon is out on the practice field pic.twitter.com/CXRciJTlYx— Patriots on NBCSB (@NBCSPatriots) August 19, 2019
Gordon, who was placed on the non-football injury list Sunday, wasn't in full pads, and it's still unclear when he'll return to game action.
But he's definitely back in the fold, as he's listed as No. 10 on the Patriots' official roster and has a locker one spot over from the stall he occupied in 2018.
Correction to this: Gordon's new locker is one spot over from where he was last year. He's in Cordarrelle Patterson's old stall.— Zack Cox (@ZackCoxNESN) August 19, 2019
The Patriots must activate Gordon from the NFI list before their season opener if they want him to play in their first six games. And while his status remains up in the air, it's a good sign that the 29-year-old already has joined the team following his reinstatement.
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