Browns report: Cleveland expected to trade for WR Jarvis Landry
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Report: Browns expected to trade for WR Jarvis Landry

Jarvis Landry

Though the quarterback situation is still very much up in the air, the top weapon has been solved in the land that hosts the Dog Pound.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Cleveland Browns are expected to acquire Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry from the Miami Dolphins.

We are still without mention of what’s heading back to South Beach, but we do know Landry is comfortable with the situation.

In fact, he’s so comfortable with the deal that the Browns organization and Landry’s camp are already working towards a new long-term multi-year deal to keep the talented wideout in The Land for quite some time, per Mike Jones of USA Today.

Landry’s situation with the Phins has been an unsettled one all offseason long. Rumors swirled, pointing his next stop is many different directions.

Instead of losing him via free agency, Miami decided to tag the three-time Pro Bowler in order to look for a return. It finally appears that return has come.

Surprisingly, no first or second rounders went back to Miami, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. The total return will add up to a 2018 fourth-round pick and a seventh-rounder in 2019, per Albert Breer.

Landry, famously known as good buddies and an LSU teammate with Odell Beckham Jr., has torn up the NFL over the last three seasons. After a rookie season in 2014 that produced 758 yards and five scores on 84 receptions, he’s twice surpassed the 1,000-yard mark and once led the league in receptions (112 in 2017).

Now, teaming with the always dangerous Josh Gordon, the Browns offense outside looks pretty damn unstoppable on paper. Perhaps quarterbacks everywhere are now looking at The Land as a viable landing spot to call home.