Josh Gordon's solitary confinement is almost over. Hue Jackson said expects Gordon to join the Browns in practice on Monday as scheduled after being limited to individual work since he rejoined the team Nov. 7. "He's doing well," said Jackson. "He's here in the building every day, on time for everything, involved and big smile on his face. He's a pleasure to be around." The Browns don't practice as a team on Monday, but Gordon will be permitted to catch balls from DeShone Kizer and work out with other teammates for the first time if they so choose that day. He'll join the full squad in practice on Wednesday, and can play the final five games, beginning Dec. 3 against the Chargers in Los Angeles. To this point, he's only been able to work out with trainers and attend meetings after being conditionally reinstated on Nov. 1. His teammates are eager to get him back, and he has already begun to make friends in the locker room. "Me and JG talk every day,'' said Corey Coleman, who will return Sunday against the Jaguars after missing eight games with a broken hand. "He's back on track and I'm excited to play with him.