Josh Gordon made headlines for what some would argue are the wrong reasons after just his second game back since 2014, and the star wide receiver was forced to clarify his comments this week. Following his team’s overtime loss to the Packers, Gordon said on Twitter that Green Bay cornerback Demarious Randall would stand no chance of covering him if not for the “disadvantages” that the Browns have as a team. On Thursday, Gordon told reporters his comments were not directed at rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer and that he was merely stating the obvious. “The fact that the team’s 0-13, we’re playing behind the 8-ball,” Gordon said, via Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. “We have inherent disadvantages. That’s all I meant by that, a struggling team, young team, we’ve got work to get done and a lot of room to improve. I know that. Everybody knows that that watches us play. We’re almost there, but unfortunately we haven’t gotten to that point yet.”