CLEVELAND -- Josh Gordon is back in the Cleveland Browns starting lineup.
Not that he ever truly left.
Two days after a "miscommunication" led to Gordon starting the team's season-opening tie against the Pittsburgh Steelers -- after head coach Hue Jackson pledged he wouldn't -- the 2013 All-Pro was officially listed as one of the Browns' two starting wide receivers on the unofficial depth chart for their Sunday matchup with the New Orleans Saints.
The insertion of Gordon marked the one major change on Cleveland's second unofficial depth chart, along with rookie Desmond Howard now being listed as the team's starting tackle. Left guard Joel Bitonio had initially been listed the Browns' starter heading into their opener with the Steelers before Jackson revealed Harrison would get the start at left tackle in the season opener on Friday.
Also of note on Cleveland's Week 2 depth chart is the inclusion of Emmanuel Ogbah as a starting defensive end. Although he was able to return against Pittsburgh after initially leaving the game with an ankle injury, Jackson revealed the third-year play could ultimately miss additional time due to the injury.
With the team's trip to New Orleans still days away, the inclusion of Ogbah is likely more of a formality than an indication of his status for Sunday.