The Kansas City Chiefs have released Josh Gordon.
Gordon said a public farewell to the Chiefs and their fans in a pair of tweets Tuesday, appearing to confirm his exit.
"Appreciate all the @Chiefs kingdom has done for me and my family this past year. Thanks for the opportunity and the many memories," he tweeted and then added: "Excited to see where the next part of my football journey takes me #itsabusiness #dreamchasing."
Between 2014 and 2020, Gordon missed three full seasons while suspended.
Gordon played in 12 games for the Chiefs last season with five catches, 32 yards and a touchdown.