Browns fans may need to temper expectations for Jarvis Landry. He’s not a big-play threat. Despite catching 112 passes that season, Landry didn’t even record 1,000 yards in 2017
For his career, he’s averaged 10.1 yards per catch, in addition to averaging around 100 catches in each of his first four seasons.
He’s someone who catches the ball, and that’s a skill the Browns have been searching for in their wideouts for the past few seasons.
Having someone quarterback Tyrod Taylor can count on to move the chains will go a long way in making Cleveland’s offense look professional.
Yes, it’ sad that a “professional offense” is the bar we’re talking about here, but when was the last time the Browns and a possession receiver Cleveland could count on when the marker said 3rd down?
Joe Jurevicius in 2007? Correct me if I’m wrong.
Look for Landry to play on the outside, as well as the slot when the Browns open the season.
Hue Jackson finally has a consistent weapon and the offensive oriented coach probably want waste any time getting him acclimated to his new team.