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Bill Belichick on Josh Gordon: 'He’s done everything he can do'

Ryan Hannable
September 28, 2018 - 1:04 pm

FOXBORO -- Josh Gordon has now been a member of the Patriots for a little over a week, but not much information has come out on how he's doing.

Gordon has been limited with a hamstring injury in every practice he's participated in and then didn't play against the Lions, although he stood on the sidelines with wide receivers coach Chad O'Shea for much of the game. Gordon has yet to address the media and his teammates haven't said much.

Speaking Friday, Bill Belichick was asked about his newest wide out and according to him, it seems things are going well.

“Josh is working hard, on and off the field,” he said. “He’s done everything he can do.”

Will he play Sunday against Miami?

“We’ll see,” Belichick said.

The Patriots need Gordon on the field as they are lacking an outside threat and haven't been able to make any plays down the field. Through three games, Patriots wide receivers have just one play of more than 20 yards.

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