Where will Jarvis Landry play next season?

The Cleveland Browns, as is the case with most teams, have some big decisions to make during the season. One of the big calls was what to do with Jarvis Landry’s perennial wide receiver. Jarvis appears to be aware of the predicament his team is in and tweeted this morning that the ball is still in Cleveland’s field. He said he was excited to join the team but suffered an early injury that ruined his season after he returned too early and was injured for the year. In an honest moment, Landry also said he lacks the confidence to say he will be better and healthier this year or will move forward. While he wants to stay with the Browns, he has said he is open to “helping my part in winning the championship elsewhere.”

Persistent injuries aside, the 29-year-old is at his prime and could help the Browns or any other team if he can stay fit and motivated. He’s had a less certain year, with just 52 catches for 570 yards and just two touchdowns. But, I think he’s a contender for next season’s Progressive Player of the Year award no matter where he ends up. With that in mind, I wanted to lay out some hypothetical odds for Landry’s next landing spot.

While no team has been officially affiliated with Landry yet, the Titans make sense as a betting buff because he’s a great fit for the program. With Julio Jones under contract until the end of the 2024 season, this could create a logjam at WR with AJ Brown in the clear lead. However, Jones hasn’t been a role model in health lately, and the Titans needed a more reliable option to limit the double coverage Brown suffered.

This ranking depends on Aaron Rodgers holding on, which is still a real possibility. If he does, the Packers really need to find some quality players for him to throw in. I mean, this guy is consistently winning MVP awards in his late 30s with a bunch of generally untested receivers. Davante Adams aside, this team needs a lot of help in the receiving game. Help that Landry can provide.

This may seem a bit extreme, but I have a reason to make Brown the underdog here. First, Landry had a year left on his contract for $15.05 million. The Browns could save every penny of that money if they cut him off completely by June. Another hint the decision was made is a quote from Browns CEO Andrew Berry when it came out. presented to the media after the end of the season. Berry said things like thanking Landry for his contribution and what he has “meaning” to the franchise over the past few years and that he is “a productive player”. Maybe it’s just me, but the tone and words he uses are more of a loving goodbye than a compliment. Cleveland needs a number one receiver, and with OBJ gone, I think it’s clear Landry isn’t the answer.

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John Verrall

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