Quarterback Brandon Weeden isn’t the only Browns player new General Manager Mike Lombardi doubted during his tenure as an analyst for NFL Network.

When the Browns selected wide receiver Josh Gordon in the second round of the 2012 Supplemental Draft, thereby forfeiting their 2013 second-round selection in April’s NFL Draft, Lombardi criticized the pick.

So when the Browns hired Lombardi as their personnel chief Jan. 18, Gordon tweeted “Uh oh. Am I in trouble?”

Clearly, Lombardi’s criticisms followed him to Cleveland, but Gordon insists he tweeted mostly just in good fun.

“It was just a little funny joke,” Gordon said Thursday after a session of organized team activities. “It was nothing to be concerned about, maybe just getting some emotional feeling out at the time, trying to get a little jab back with what he said about me earlier.”

Gordon said he and Lombardi never actually talked about the incident but are on good terms with each other.

“We’re good now, everything’s cool,” he said. “We’re here to take care of football and what we have to do out here, and he understands that, and so do I. We let bygones be bygones. We heard about it all, but other than that, we take it as grown men. I have no problem with him, he has no problem with me.”

When informed of Gordon’s tweet during his introductory news conference in January, Lombardi said Gordon had nothing to worry about. He might have changed his initial tune after Gordon’s rookie season, in which he caught 50 passes for 805 yards and five touchdowns and established himself as the team’s No. 1 receiving threat.

Gordon might be headed for more. His skill set fits nicely with the downfield, vertical passing attack coach Rob Chudzinski and offensive coordinator Norv Turner want to deploy. From what Gordon’s seen so far, the new offense will be unrecognizable compared to the West Coast system used by previous Browns coach Pat Shurmur and his staff.