Browns fans will be a familiar sight if they join the Controlled Soccer League, as they will see Johnny Manzel throwing passes to Josh Gordon. The former Heisman champ is already playing in the new Football League, but it looks like Gordon will join him. Earlier this week, Manzel posted on social media asking fans if they would like to see the two reunites. After a few days, it turns real, according to ESPN’s Adam Shifter. Former NFL WR Veteran Josh Gordon will return to play soccer with fcfzappers from fcflio, for each BobMenery team owner; Who also signed Johnny Manzel in the league. – Adam Shifter (AdamSchefter) February 27, 2021 More: Everything to know about the fan-controlled soccer league The fan-controlled soccer league plays every Saturday, so it’s unlikely that we’ll see Gordon play right away. FCF also plays in a bubble, so there are likely to be health protocols that keep him from playing right away. The other crease is that Manziel will also be inactive this week after undergoing dental surgery, but we should see Manziel and Gordon play together next Saturday (March 6). For those of you who haven’t watched the new football league, you are ready to enjoy. The league is exactly what it sounds like: the fans control nearly every aspect of the league. Fans call plays, set rules, and even vote on which shorts the head coach will wear. Gordon had an on-off relationship with the NFL as he had substance abuse problems. He last played in 2019 with the Patriots and the Seahawks. He was suspended throughout 2015, 2016 and 2020. He appeared ready to appear late in the season, but then violated his terms of his conditional reinstatement. Was suspended again indefinitely by the NFL on January 15, 2021, as he was ineligible to play in the NFL, it makes sense why he wanted to showcase his talents in FCF. It will be interesting to see how he performs in the new Football League.