NFL reinstating Seahawks' Gordon
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The Seattle Seahawks just added another weapon to an already explosive offense.

The NFL is reinstating Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon, the league announced in a statement that NFL Network's Tom Pelissero obtained.

Gordon, who was indefinitely suspended for violating the league's policy on substance abuse and performance-enhancing drugs, will be eligible to return for the last two games of the season.

The 29-year-old has experienced trouble staying on the field, previously missing two seasons and portions of other campaigns due to suspensions. But he's produced when given the opportunity.

Gordon led the league in receiving yards (1,646) in 2013, and he put up 426 yards last season with the Seahawks and New England Patriots.

Russell Wilson will now have three talented receivers to target during the stretch run, with Gordon slotting in alongside Tyler Lockett and rising star DK Metcalf.

Metcalf leads the league with 1,039 receiving yards this year, while Lockett has contributed 771 yards. Both pass-catchers also rank in the top 10 in receiving touchdowns.

The 8-3 Seahawks are in the driver's seat in the NFC West, and they field the league's third highest-scoring offense.

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