The Browns traded their 2018 fourth-round pick and 2019 seventh-round pick to Miami at the start of the league year for the Dolphins leading receiver.
Landry was acquired this offseason in a trade with the Miami Dolphins after being franchise tagged. The official contract numbers are five years, $75.5 million, with $47 million guaranteed.
At just more than $15 million per year, Landry would be one of the five highest-paid wide receivers in the NFL. The contract is not as much as Mike Evans received from Tampa Bay but his guaranteed amount his higher.
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Landry, 25, has been one of the most productive receivers around since coming into the league in 2014. After an 0-16 season in 2017, the Browns better hope this windfall for a slot receiver pans out.
With Landry locked up for the long term, he is now set to lead a young and talented Browns receiving corps that also features the mercurial Josh Gordon as well as former first-round pick Corey Coleman.
Of the receivers who now are the nine highest-paid in the NFL, Landry's career yards per catch of 10.1 would be, by far, the lowest the lowest in the group.