Gordon (contract holdout) is expected to report to the Chargers in 2019, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.
Fowler's source drew a distinction between Gordon's holdout and Le'Veon Bell's last season. "Not a Le'Veon Bell situation," source said. "He still wants to be a Charger." Fowler intimated that a return midseason or by early November, at the latest, is the most likely scenario. In order for his contract not to toll, allowing him to be an unrestricted free agent in March, Gordon must report 30 days before the end of the regular season, which translates to Week 13 as the Chargers prepare for a Dec. 1 game at Denver. In the meantime, Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson will continue to man the backfield. Sep 13 3:05 pm (EST)
- Gordon's holdout has a chance to last until late November, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
- At this stage, Gordon -- who is looking for a new contract -- plans to report back to the Chargers "in the window that spans from Week 6 through Week 8," Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.
- Gordon has drawn trade interest from one team, but a deal doesn't seem likely to happen in the near future, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. All Melvin Gordon News
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2019 SEASON STATS
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|Dec 30||W 23 - 9||@ DEN||10||42||0||3||24||0|
|Dec 22||L 22 - 10||BAL||12||41||1||3||13||0|
|Dec 13||W 29 - 28||@ KC||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Dec 09||W 26 - 21||CIN||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Dec 02||W 33 - 30||@ PIT||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Nov 25||W 45 - 10||ARI||10||61||2||2||5||0|
|Nov 18||L 23 - 22||DEN||18||69||0||6||87||0|
|Nov 11||W 20 - 6||@ OAK||18||93||0||5||72||1|
|Nov 04||W 25 - 17||@ SEA||16||113||1||1||10||0|
|Oct 21||W 20 - 19||TEN||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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