Miami Dolphins trade Jarvis Landry to Cleveland Browns, reports say

Miami Dolphins trade Jarvis Landry to Cleveland Browns, reports say

Miami Dolphins trade Jarvis Landry to Cleveland Browns, reports say

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.

Landry, 25, led the National Football League with 112 receptions last season. One of the people said Miami will receive a draft pick this year and another in 2019, and neither is a first-rounder.

Two reasons #Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry wanted to go to the #Browns: 1.

The first step towards achieving that goal was executed on Friday, Mar. 9, when the Browns addressed their abhorrent receiving corps by trading for a Pro Bowl mainstay.

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It was widely anticipated that the Dolphins would trade Landry because the more than $16 million he'd make while playing under the franchise tag was prohibitive for them in assembling their roster.

The Dolphins tagged Landry on the first day when teams were allowed to do so back on February 20.

The move gives the Browns the slot receiver they lacked last season, and bolsters a unit featuring Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman. The Browns surely will address their quarterback room via free agency and/or the draft, but they first intend to give Landry the type of multi-year contract he'd always been seeking in Miami, per Schefter.

Hue Jackson has handed his offense over to former Pittsburgh coordinator Todd Haley, who should know how to best use a player of Landry's skill after coaching Antonio Brown the past few seasons. Miami also has wide receivers Jakeem Grant and Leonte Carroo, among others. He was considered one of the top pending free-agent receivers before the Dolphins put the franchise tag on him to keep him off the open market. Next comes signing a quarterback in free agency and acquiring one in the draft next month.

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