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Chargers release Gordon

Posted by Joel Price on August 24, 2009 – 4:50 PM

The Chargers have released cornerback Cletis Gordon.

An undrafted free agent from Jackson State, Gordon spent the 2006-08 seasons with the Chargers, contributing on both defense and special teams.


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5 Responses to “Chargers release Gordon”

  1. By Northernmost Bolthead on Aug 24, 2009 | Reply

    Poor guy. Isn’t it enough disappoint to just go through life as “Cletis”.
    But HEY! As an undrafted FA, you played 3 seasons in the NFL, that puts you in the top .001 percent of football players in America.
    May you find success, and even better, blessings whatever you do, CG.

  2. By sean on Aug 25, 2009 | Reply

    He wasn’t all that anyway….we need higher expectations if we wanna get our ring

  3. By Casey Sovacool on Aug 26, 2009 | Reply

    Speed is not everything in football, cletis is the clear example of that. Can he make a tackle?? Once in his life??

  4. By sd619charger on Aug 26, 2009 | Reply

    Gordon leaving will not make an impact on the team anyhow. Btw, does anyone know what the hell is up with Luis Castillo? I don’t believe I saw him play. Don’t tell me he is hurt. He is such a crybaby. Talk about another David Boston. I am a diehard Charger fan, but Castillo is waaay overrated and overpaid. Man up Castillo!

  5. By nate lan on Aug 31, 2009 | Reply

    Too bad, I really liked this kid. I thought he was an adequate back-up CB for our team, and probably good enough to be a starter on some lesser teams. I truly hope he gets signed by another team soon.

    Thank you for your contribution to our team, Mr. Cletis “Flash” Gordon, and I wish you well, my friend.

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