The star wide receiver reportedly has found a new home in Cleveland, as the Dolphins have agreed to trade Landry to the Browns in exchange for a pair of draft picks, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. In his four seasons with Miami after being drafted 63rd overall in 2014 out of LSU, Landry has over 4,000 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns.
Trades can't be official until March 14, the first day of the new league year.
The Dolphins franchise-tagged Landry, because they didn't want to lose the receiver without getting compensation. He figures to continue working out of the slot upon joining Cleveland, where Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman will handle most of the outside wideout reps. Despite that, the Dolphins are trading their three-time Pro Bowl receiver.
It appears the Miami Dolphins finally have made a decision regarding Jarvis Landry. He was by far the highest-profile Dolphins player eligible for free agency, and perhaps the best player on an offense that sputtered with quarterback Jay Cutler.
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Landry just completed the four-year contract he signed as a rookie.
Cleveland have plenty of salary cap space to sign Landry to the big-money deal he would expect after catching a career-high 112 passes last season. Landry fits pretty well with what Cleveland is trying to build.