Cleveland Browns star wide receiver Josh Gordon will appeal his one-year suspension in a meeting with NFL officials on Aug. 1, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Gordon, who is facing the yearlong ban following a failed drug test earlier this offseason, will file the appeal in New York, the source told Schefter.

The Browns open their training camp on Saturday, meaning they will have at least one more week of uncertainty regarding the status of the talented but troubled Gordon.

ESPN's Outside the Lines reported in May that Gordon was facing the suspension after failing the drug test months prior. The 23-year-old Gordon ran into more off-field trouble earlier this month, when he was arrested in North Carolina on suspicion of DWI.