Josh Gordon snags first touchdown since 2013 on spectacular grab


The Cleveland Browns receiver scored his first touchdown in four years on their opening drive of Sunday's home game against the Green Bay Packers. Playing against a Packers team that has plenty at stake, Gordon snared a touchdown, an exceptional play that marked his first points in the National Football League since 2013.

Kizer's eighth touchdown pass of the year capped off a 12-play, 70-yard drive that took almost seven minutes off of the second-quarter clock.

First, Gordon caught this 38-yard pass from rookie DeShone Kizer on Cleveland's first possession of the game against Green Bay Sunday afternoon. Prior to the game in Los Angeles against the Chargers, Gordon had not played since Week 16 of the 2014 season. Kizer leads the Browns with 8 rushing attempts from inside the 5-yard line, and his rushing ability will help raise his ceiling and floor.

Gordon returned a week ago from a league suspension.

Gordon's last touchdown came four years ago nearly to the day, December 15, 2013, in a loss to the Bears.