Watch Josh Gordon score his first touchdown in four years

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Josh Gordon scored his first touchdown since his return to the National Football League on Sunday, catching an 18-yard pass from DeShone Kizer in the first quarter of the Browns' game against the Packers.

This game could also be the last game Brett Hundley starts.

The score is tied at 7 at the end of the first quarter.

Thanks to Gordon's touchdown and a seven-yard touchdown from Kizer to Duke Johnson, the Browns hold a 14-7 halftime lead. Six plays later, he was in the end zone for the first time since December 15, 2013.

He caught four passes for 85 yards in Los Angeles.

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Given the amounts of ups and downs that he has gone through so far in his career, it's wonderful to think that Gordon's still only 26 years old.

The Browns won the coin toss in overtime and took the ball, but on third-and-two from his own 33-yard line, rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer scrambled to his right, reversed course back left, and threw a pass as he was hit by Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews III. Kizer rolled left, threw as he was falling in the middle of the field and the pass fluttered high.

The Browns are still looking to secure their first win of the 2017 season.

In a game in which the Browns had touchdown drives of 88, 70 and 84 yards, they found a way to lose once again, and Hue Jackson fell to 1-28 as their coach.