Josh Gordon reportedly joins Trevor May's Fan Controlled Football team


Josh Gordon will be playing football again, just not in the NFL.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Gordon will be returning to play for the Zappers in a new startup league called the Fan Controlled League.

Johnny Manziel will be his quarterback, as he joined the league in December, and Mets pitcher Trevor May is one of the Zappers' owners.

The teams are playing a six-week schedule, with the games live-streamed on Twitch. The games last about an hour, and the field will be 50-by-35 yards with 10-yard end zones. All games are played in Atlanta.

There's two weeks left in the regular season before the playoffs get underway.

Gordon was suspended indefinitely again by the NFL in mid-January.