Here we go again, Cleveland. 

Browns fans are appalled with Kenny Britt for dropping a ball late in the game against the Steelers. Head Coach ​Hue Jackson even voiced his displeasure with the veteran wideout after the game. 

The city of Cleveland is waiting for a Browns wide receiver to step up and help rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer's transition to the NFL.

Well, solution en route?

According to sources, troubled Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon could be reinstated by the league this week. Out of NOWHERE.

​​This would be huge news for both Gordon and the Browns, as the wide receiver has not played a down since 2014, but appeared to be a star-in-the-making in his first two seasons in Cleveland. 

Gordon was suspended in 2015 for violating the league's substance abuse policy and has not played since, but has been fighting a long battle towards his reinstatement.

He looks as if he hasn't missed a beat in a pair of photos posted to Twitter of the now-26-year-old training for his comeback. 

Good. God. 

It seems that the day may soon be approaching, and Browns fans should be thrilled to have Gordon back, should these rumors be true.

The team needs all the help they can get, and if the Baylor product can remain on the field and out of trouble, then he could get back on track towards being an elite talent.