The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Jarvis Landry getting back on the field and running routes again
During OTAs, wide receiver Jarvis Landry spent the workouts on the sideline with an undisclosed injury. The Cleveland Browns leading receiver from 2018 claimed the issue was minor and there was no further information given.
Not long after that, there were some positive signs that his injury truly was minor as he was able to take part in his celebrity softball game.
Now, we have seen more progress as Landry got some work in recently as he was running routes in Los Angeles with Baker Mayfield and shared some of the work he was doing on Instagram.
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Cleveland Browns News
"Jarvis Landry had some good news to share from L.A. in his Instagram story. He posted a video of himself running a comeback route with the caption “first time in 2 1/2 months running routes.’’In an Instagram photo posted before or during the workout, he captioned it “That comeback feeling.’’"
Similar workouts happened last year with Jarvis Landry and former Cleveland quarterback Tyrod Taylor. It was a positive step not only for Landry, but Instagram also gave us a glimpse at OBJ who says he is off his hiatus — which was a break he took to prepare for the long season ahead. He’s expected to join Mayfield soon as well in L.A.
A video made the rounds on Monday of Karem Hunt speaking to police outside a bar. That got the rumor mill going but Dan Justik says it was all blown out of proportion as he was simply in an argument with a friend. Even so, it’s not a great look for a guy already set to serve an eight-game suspension.
"“While the incident appears inconsequential, Hunt could be criticized for poor judgment given his precarious state. Browns general manager John Dorsey, who drafted Hunt with Kansas City in 2017, has vowed a ”zero-tolerance” policy with the star back.”"
Again, the premise here is that there was nothing to worry about. Still, it’s a bad look and one the team was not happy to have to concern themselves with.
"“He’s shown a lot of range back there. A lot of communication,” Pro Bowl corner Denzel Ward said during OTAs in May. “That’s what you like as a corner, somebody that’s gonna talk to you, get you in the right formation, right coverage and everything. I’m liking Whitehead back there as well.”"
Whitehead has really been getting some attention this offseason. It’s going to be interesting to see if he can parlay that into a shot at a starting job.
Should the Browns not consider Jermaine Whitehead — or even Sheldrick Redwine — as the possible strong safety of the future, they could look to the Supplemental Draft as an intriguing prospect by the name of Jalen Thompson is worth looking long and hard at.