Josh Gordon has not appeared in an NFL game since 2014, but all indications are he is ready for a full workload in his season debut.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported on Sunday that Gordon is expected to start against the Los Angeles Chargers and will not be on a limited snap count.

“He is not only going to play against the Chargers, he’s going to start and he’s going to be play a lot,” Rapoport said. “All of a sudden they have one of the elite playmakers in the NFL back on the field fully at their disposal. … He’s learned the play book as well as they could have asked. He’s in shape, so the amount of place isn’t going to be an issue.

Gordon is still just 26, so he has more than enough time to reestablish himself as one of the premier wide receiver’s in the NFL despite his numerous suspensions.