It appears the Miami Dolphins finally have made a decision regarding Jarvis Landry. "ON MY MAMA", Landry tweeted after news of the trade broke. As a group, the team's receivers had seven touchdowns in 2017; Landry had nine.
Miami and Landry were on different pages as the wide receiver wanted a long-term deal, but the Dolphins were either unwilling, or unable to pay it.
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Landry has been one of the most consistently productive receivers since entering the league in 2014. He led the National Football League in receptions in 2017 with 112 and earned a spot in the Pro Bowl for a third consecutive season.
The Dolphins tagged Landry on the first day when teams were allowed to do so back on February 20.
The Browns, coming off an 0-16 season, should show dramatic improvement on offense. He was considered one of the top pending free-agent receivers before the Dolphins put the franchise tag on him to keep him off the open market. Cleveland also has former first-round picks Corey Coleman at receiver and David Njoku at tight end.
Cleveland is likely to sign a veteran quarterback in free agency - perhaps Cincinnati's AJ McCarron - and the Browns can take the best QB in this year's draft class with the No. 1 pick.