Jarvis Landry is entering the final year of his contract, and it sounds like he knows his days in Cleveland could be numbered.
Landry took to Twitter on Tuesday and shared some interesting information about how he played through a significant injury in 2021. The veteran receiver missed four games early in the season after suffering what he called a “high grade” MCL sprain and partial quad tear. Landry said eh came back too soon, which resulted in him having to play hurt the rest of the season:
Landry added that he wants to remain in Cleveland but is confident he can succeed with another team:
Apparently Landry feels there are people questioning his ability to stay healthy. He then mentioned how he never missed a game due to injury in his entire career prior to 2021:
Landry has a cap hit of $16 million in 2022. He’s coming off a season here he caught just 52 passes for 570 yards and two touchdowns.
Landry had over 1,000 yards receiving in 2019. He also had two 1,000-yard seasons with the Miami Dolphins prior to signing with the Browns. Cleveland’s offense was a mess this season, so Landry’s disappointing production is not entirely his fault. The 29-year-old should draw plenty of interest if he becomes a free agent.