Suspended Browns receiver Josh Gordon met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday according to the NFL Network.
Gordon, who can re-apply for reinstatement on Aug. 1, had his first application denied in April following a March drug test that “raised red flags” according to the league.
It is not likely a ruling on Gordon’s status will come quickly after Aug. 1. It took nearly 11 weeks for his first application to be ruled on.
The Pro Bowl receiver, who led the league in receiving yards despite only playing in 14 games because of his first suspension in 2013, has been suspended 3 times by the league since the Browns tendered a second round pick in the 2012 supplemental draft for his rights.
In addition to the 2-game ban in 2013, Gordon also had a year-long ban reduced to 8 games for another failed drug test with an additional 2 games added on for the DUI conviction in 2014.