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30 November 2017, 01:25 | Todd Saunders
NFL star reveals lucrative college second life as drug dealer
He is eligible to play his first game since 2014 on Sunday after being suspended for the last two years due to multiple violations of the NFL's substance abuse policy.
From 2012-14, Josh Gordon was one of the NFL's most dominant wide receivers, compiling 2,754 yards with 14 touchdown receptions in just 35 games.
According to a Tuesday feature on Gordon from Sports Illustrated - which coincides with his return to the league - the NFL receiver says he was able to make a significant profit from selling marijuana while at Baylor: According to SI's feature, Gordon estimates he made as much as $10,000 a month from selling the drug.
Also in the interview, Gordon said he was shot while in high school, and fashioned himself a gangster who was packing heat. As a sophomore at Lamar High he found himself alone and vulnerable and, he says, joined the Six Deuce Harvard Park Brim Bloods, an offshoot of the South Central L.A. gang.
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The Houston native told SI he would get a weekly shipment of weed through the USA mail system - sealed in Mylar, soaked in kerosene and stashed among coffee beans to mask the smell - and then Gordon would drive to Dallas, San Antonio and Austin to sell it.
The Houston native then proceeded to drive to Dallas, Austin and San Antonio in order to sell the product.
While looking back at the circumstances that led to all of Gordon's off the field issues, the wideout claimed he was making $10,000 a month selling marijuana while a member of the Baylor football program.
The interview for the Sports Illustrated story was done in Gainesville, Fla., in an apartment belonging to Gordon's manager, Michael Johnson, about three weeks before Gordon was reinstated, with Johnson present. Later, the suspension was reduced to 10 games. He was reinstated for the 2017 season November 1. "Because, first off, we are not getting paid for this".
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