|ADP:||Round: 5, Pick: 6|
|Ht / Wt:||5'11" / 205 lb.|
|Born:||November 28, 1992|
|Drafted:||2014 / Rd. 2 (63)|
Landry (hip) indicated Wednesday that he's slightly ahead of schedule in his recovery and anticipates returning to the field in August, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Analysis: Landry admitted that it's been more challenging in his rehab efforts due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has prevented him from accessing certain resources but suggested it's going well overall. Barring a setback down the road, the seventh-year wideout appears to be on track to return to action before the Browns travel to Baltimore for Week 1 of the regular season.
Landry posted via his Instagram account a video of the wide receiver doing some on-field drills, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: Landry was merely doing some high knees, but the activity is a positive development in his recovery from Feb. 4 hip surgery. With offseason programs happening virtually this year, his next opportunity to participate with the Browns will be training camp, assuming it goes off as planned. Landry is coming off a career-best 1,174 yards on 83 receptions while working in tandem with Odell Beckham (abdomen). Once healthy, the duo will have to compete for targets with Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, David Njoku, offseason addition Austin Hooper and potentially other skill players selected in the upcoming draft.
Landry (hip) is on schedule in his rehabilitation, Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: New Cleveland head coach Kevin Stefanski said both Landry and Odell Beckham (abdomen) "are exactly where they need to be" in their offseason recovery. That duo is expected to return as the starting wide receivers, but in an offense that is expected to change with the arrival of Stefanski.
Landry (hip) anticipates returning to practice at some point in August, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: Landry initially planned to avoid hip surgery this offseason but then changed his mind after he felt pain while playing in the Pro Bowl. He went under the knife Feb. 4, with surgeons shaving away some cartilage and removing two pieces of bone that were embedded in his hip labrum. An estimated recovery timeline of six-to-eight months means Landry isn't a lock to be ready for the preseason or even Week 1, though he's optimistic he won't miss any regular-season games. The 27-year-old believes he was 75-to-85 percent healthy in 2019, dealing with pain and discomfort throughout the season after he suffered a sacrum fracture during OTAs. Landry will be working with a new coaching staff in Cleveland whenever he makes his way back to the practice field.
Landry ultimately changed his mind and decided to undergo hip surgery Feb. 4, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Analysis: Landry was planning to forego the procedure as recently as the Super Bowl according to Cabot, but eventually changed his mind and decided on the procedure that comes with a 6-to-8 month recovery timetable. This leaves the door open for a return to training camp in late-July, though the organization and new head coach Kevini Stefanski are optimistic Landry might be available on a limited basis this spring. After a procedure that was considered successful, all signs point to a full recovery.
Landry (hip) doesn't expect to have offseason surgery, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: Landry has been bothered by his hip since April or May when he suffered a fractured sacrum. The injury didn't stop him from playing all 16 games for a sixth time in as many pro seasons, and he even finished with career highs for receiving yards (1,174) and yards per reception (14.1). The 27-year-old met with specialists at the end of the season to determine if he should have surgery, ultimately deciding against it after results of an MRI were evaluated. Landry now intends to play in the Pro Bowl on Sunday, hoping his hip will improve will rest thereafter.
Landry expects to make a decision on hip surgery by Friday, with the procedure likely involving a rehab timeline of 6-to-8 months if he decides to have it done, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: The Browns' practice reports listed Landry with a hip injury throughout most of November and December, but he never actually missed a game en route to leading the team in targets, catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. He acknowledged that surgery would wipe out his entire offseason, though he likely would be ready for Week 1 of 2020. Meanwhile, the Browns are searching for a new head coach after they fired Freddie Kitchens on Sunday.
Landry brought in two of six targets for 82 yards and a touchdown in the Browns' 33-23 loss to the Bengals on Sunday.
Analysis: Landry actually saw his fewest targets since Week 5, but he made good use of them. The veteran was on the receiving end of a 56-yard scoring toss from Baker Mayfield late in the first half, his sixth touchdown of the season, and also recorded a 26-yard grab to give him his best yardage total since Week 12. Despite all of the turmoil surrounding the Browns' offense in particular this season, Landry still managed to accumulate a career-best 1,174 receiving yards and the second-best touchdown tally (six) of his six-year career in 2019.
Landry (hip) practiced fully Friday and won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bengals, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Analysis: Landry acknowledged earlier this week that he's been bothered by a fractured sacrum in his hip since OTAs and could require an offseason procedure to address the matter, but the injury won't force the durable wideout to miss any game action. He'll play all 16 games for the sixth time in as many seasons and could take on more volume in the passing game than expected with fellow starting receiver Odell Beckham (groin/illness) listed as questionable ahead of the finale after failing to practice Friday.
Landry (hip) acknowledged he's been playing with a fractured sacrum since organized team activities, Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: "I just know when I came back for OTAs, I just had something bothering me and I went to the training room to get it checked out, went and got an MRI," Landry said. "That's kind of the reason I was held out of OTAs and training camp a little bit, I was sparingly here and there." The sacrum is the wedge-shaped vertebra at the base of the spinal column where it intersects with the hip bones to form the pelvis. Landry will visit a specialist following Week 16, and said he's unsure if he'll play in the Pro Bowl on Jan. 26.
Landry (hip) was limited at practice Thursday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Analysis: Petrak adds that Landry, who hasn't missed a regular-season game since entering the NFL in 2014 -- and isn't likely to this coming weekend -- may require offseason surgery to address a hip issue he's managed and been playing through since OTAs in May. Despite the lingering injury, Landry -- who hauled in seven of his eight targets for 74 yards in Week 15's 31-15 loss to the Ravens -- has recorded a fantasy-friendly 81/1,092/5 stat line through 15 contests to date.
Landry (hip) was listed as limited on Wednesday's practice estimate, href="https://twitter.com/ByNateUlrich/status/1209940754933669888">Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: Landry will likely be limited when the Browns take the field Thursday, but if things progress as usual, he'll practice fully Friday and approach Sunday's game against the Bengals minus an injury designation.
Landry caught seven of eight targets for 74 yards during Sunday's 31-15 loss to the Ravens.
Analysis: Despite facing an extremely talented Ravens secondary, Landry connected efficiently with Baker Mayfield as he led the team in receiving. He owed much of his production to a 33-yard reception, however, and did little with the rest of his grabs. Still, Landry is now closing in on 1,100 yards for the season and will look to finish on a high note next Sunday against the Bengals.
Landry, who has been cleared to play Sunday, may require offseason surgery on a lingering hip injury, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Analysis: Jarvis hasn't missed many offensive snaps this season, but his practice reps have been impacted by the undisclosed hip issue in advance of the Browns' last five games. In the first four, he gathered in 25 of 39 targets for 323 yards and two touchdown. His last performance (5-23-0 on eight targets in Arizona) pushed him past 1,000 yards in a season for the first time since 2016 and third time in his six-year career. Once the campaign concludes Week 17 in Cincinnati, it appears Landry and the Browns will have his hip examined to determine the next course of action.
Landry (hip) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Ravens after practicing fully Friday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Analysis: Fellow starter Odell Beckham (groin) was limited all week, but he also heads into the weekend minus a Week 16 injury tag. While the Browns continue to manage both player's practice reps, neither receiver has been forced to sit out any games this season. Meanwhile, Landry's workload has remained steady, resulting in a fantasy-friendly 74/1,018/5 stat line to date. Coming off a modest five-catch, 23-yard effort in Week 15's loss to the Cardinals, Landry will look to engineer a more productive output at home Sunday against the heavily-favored 12-2 Ravens.
Landry (hip) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Analysis: The Browns have been putting a cap on the practice reps of Landry and Odell Beckham (groin) over the past few weeks, but neither wideout looks in any real danger of sitting out Sunday's game against the Ravens. If Landry follows his practice regimen from a week ago, he'll turn in a full workout Friday and enter the weekend without an injury designation.
Landry (hip) was limited at practice Wednesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Analysis: If things progress the way they have the past couple of weeks, look for Landry -- who caught five of eight targets for 23 yards in Week 15's 38-24 loss to the Cardinals -- to practice fully Friday and approach Sunday's game against the Ravens minus an injury designation.
Landry said he would "continue to be loyal" to head coach Freddie Kitchens following an exchange of words to two had during Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: Landry and Kitchens had their exchange on the sidelines, and it continued when the wide receiver went to sit on the bench. "Just because we had a difference today and it seemed like a difference today to everybody or to the world, it doesn't mean I don't have respect for him. I still have tremendous respect for him," Landry said. The coach downplayed the incident as well, noting that sometimes emotions get the best of an individual. Whatever the root cause of the contretemps, it was another case of a Browns player taking issue with the coach. Odell Beckham, David Njoku. Rashard Higgins and the departed Antonio Callaway have all had disagreements with Kitchens at some point this season.
Landry caught five of eight targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 38-24 loss to the Cardinals.
Analysis: Landry entered Sunday on the back of three straight stellar showings, but surprisingly couldn't get much going against Arizona's secondary. Although he trailed only Odell Beckham and Kareem Hunt for Cleveland's team leads in receptions and targets, Landry's mere 4.6 yards per grab marked a season low, as did his total yardage output. While the wideout posted a season-best 167 yards against next Sunday's opponent, the Ravens, earlier this year, Baltimore's stingy secondary likely won't be as generous with their treatment of Landry in Week 16.
Landry (hip) was a full participant in Friday's practice and won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Analysis: Neither Landry nor fellow wideout Odell Beckham (groin) appeared in danger of sitting out in Week 15, even though both players were limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday. Landry's practice reps will likely be restricted the rest of the way for maintenance purposes, but he should be ready to handle full snap loads in each of the Browns' final three games. The slot man has come up big down the stretch for fantasy managers, recording a touchdown or at least 70 receiving yards in each of the past six contests.
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