Bryant has been out of a job since he was released by the Dallas Cowboys in a salary dispute in mid-April.
"I'd be open to anything if it's proper," Dorsey told Cleveland.com last week. "I'm just going to measure that on a case-by-case basis and see what happens when the guys come in next week."
Gordon's return remains uncertain and rookie wide receiver Antonio Callaway, recently promoted to the first unit, was cited for marijuana possession on the same day Cleveland traded away former first-round pick Corey Coleman.
Callaway already is in at least Stage 1 of the NFL's substance abuse program and could be subject to disciplinary action by the league, although he denied that the marijuana belonged to him.
"You can never have too many good football players," Jackson told Cleveland.com.
Bryant had a team-leading 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns with Dallas in 2017. The 29-year-old has gone a career-worst 23 regular-season games without a 100-yard performance.
Since signing a five-year, $70 million contract in 2015, Bryant has failed to record a 1,000-yard season or reel in more than eight touchdown receptions in a season.
Bryant was a touchdown machine in the first half of his career with the Cowboys, hauling in 41 scoring passes in a three-season span, capped by a career-high 16 in 2014. He was named a first-team All-Pro selection that year.