Player the Cleveland Browns were smart to move on from No. 1
While there is still a slim chance that Jarvis Landry and the Browns run it back in 2022, but I really don’t see that happening, so I’ll proceed as if he will not be back this year.
Landry was released on March 9 after he requested a trade, but the Browns could not find a suitor for said trade, hence why he was released. Along with the Browns, Landry has interest from the New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens, so it will be interesting to see who he signs with.
Andrew Berry drafted Purdue wide receiver, David Bell, with the 99th pick in the NFL Draft, and he is essentially a younger version of Landry. He has a similar skillset to Landry, so this is a move that makes a ton of sense. Berry also traded for wide receiver Amari Cooper in this offseason, so the wide receiver room in Cleveland will look a lot better in 2022. If Berry isn’t done adding free agents, then Will Fuller to the Browns makes a ton of sense and that will only add to the upgraded room.
Landry has yet to be signed and that should be a sign to a lot of people as to what teams truly think of Landry, who will turn 30 in November. Landry has had a rough couple of seasons in Cleveland as he had uncharacteristic drops while also dealing with constant, nagging injuries.
Landry did a lot for the Browns, both on and off the field, in his four years with them. HE caught 288 passes for 3.560 yards, and 15 touchdowns, while also rushing the ball four a touchdown four times. While he didn’t single-handedly change the culture in Cleveland, he did help. Now, how much he helped is entirely up for you to decide.
Players come and go every single year and this year, the Cleveland Browns were smart to move on from the aforementioned four players.