CLEVELAND (AP) — Josh Gordon is back with the Cleveland Browns after an extended absence from training camp to deal with his health. He has missed most of the past four seasons because of numerous violations of the NFL's substance-abuse policy. The former Pro Bowl receiver has battled addictions to drugs and alcohol throughout his life. The Browns said Gordon was at the team's facility in Berea (buh-REE'-uh), Ohio, taking part in meetings and conditioning. He's not expected to be on the field for several days.

CLEVELAND (AP) — There's no word yet from the Buffalo Bills on last night's injuries to quarterback AJ McCarron and veteran defensive tackle Kyle Williams. Both were hurt during the Bills' preseason win over the Browns in Cleveland. Williams left the field with his leg immobilized after hurting his right knee, while McCarron has a right shoulder injury. McCarron signed with Buffalo as a free agent for a chance to start after four years as a backup in Cincinnati.

UNDATED (AP) — Miami pitcher Jose Urena and Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig (yah-SEEL' pweeg) are both expected to play this weekend while their suspensions are appealed. Urena got a six-game suspension for plunking Braves rookie Ronald Acuna Jr. with the first pitch of a game Wednesday. Puig was suspended for two games for fighting and inciting a benches-clearing scrap against San Francisco.

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving is set to visit the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, which straddles the North Dakota-South Dakota border. Irving's late mother was part of the tribe as a child. The Rapid City Journal reports that the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe will hold a ceremony for Irving on Thursday. The tribe says Irving supported the Dakota Access pipeline protests that attracted thousands of demonstrators just outside the reservation.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The second round of the LPGA's Indy Women in Tech Championship has ended with a three-way tie for the lead. Jin Young Ko finished the rain-delayed round with a 6-under 66, joining Lizette Salas and Sung Hyun Park at 13 under for the tournament. About half the field returned to the Indianapolis course this morning to finish the round.