Recent news on Pro Football Talk states that an NFC East team sees Baylor Wide Receiver Josh Gordon as a 3rd round talent in the Supplemental draft.
The Josh Gordon decision (whether to pick him up or not) has been controversial in the Redskins community. Some fans think a comfortable target for RG3 will be good to help him come along. Others think the character concerns and year long break from football may be too much of a risk to place expectations on Gordon.
As of now, as Evan Silva reports, a "NFC team has assigned a third round grade" to Gordon. Silva later went on to tweet that it is a NFC East team.
Source: NFC team assigns Josh Gordon third-round grade wp.me/p14QSB-4f2k
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) July 7, 2012
Jason LaCanfora recently tweeted that Robert Griffin III wants the Skins to draft Gordon in the the Supplemental Draft today.
RG3 is pushing the Redskins brass hard to land Gordon in tomorrow's draft. Many teams interested, about 20 at Gordon's pro day Tues...— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) July 11, 2012
Although Kevin objected to this, RG3 may have an influence in this decision as some of you have said. It could change the way they look at his contract if they draft him. Which makes this rumor a little less believable.