The Cleveland Browns made the sudden decision on Saturday by planning to part ways with star wide receiver Josh Gordon that has put him on the market.

There have been reports to quickly emerge that Gordon has interest in joining either the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys. However, Mike Fisher of 247 Sports is reporting that the Cowboys currently don't have any interest in bringing aboard the 26-year-old.

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The Cleveland Browns are done trying to work with gifted-but-troubled wide receiver Josh Gordon. And no, the Dallas Cowboys, a source tells us, have no interest in trying their hand at this particular turnaround project.

In the season opener, the Cowboys had plenty of struggles in the passing game that had clearly shown that the team needs a playmaker at the wide receiver position since the departure of former Pro Bowler Dez Bryant.

Dallas compiled just 170 passing yards while no wide receiver outside of Cole Beasley's seven catches for 73 receiving yards had more than three catches and 30 receiving yards. There are some glaring issues that could continue to be a factor as the team hasn't taken a stronger approach toward strengthening that part of the roster.

The lack of interest in Gordon may be linked to his past issues as he isn't too far removed from his lengthy suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy multiple times. He also had a recent absence from the Browns in order to treat his sobriety and mental state ahead of the regular season. The decision to part ways with Gordon came after he suffered a hamstring injury during a photo shoot while he was also reportedly repeatedly tardy to team meetings.

There is no question that Gordon has the talent to be a highly-productive player in the league, but it appears that the Cowboys can be crossed off his list as a potential landing spot.