Landry (knee) returned to a limited practice Thursday. After sitting out Wednesday' session, Landry was back out there Thursday, albeit in a limited capacity. We'll revisit his status to see whether or not he progresses to the point that the Dolphins choose to list him as probable for Sunday's contest against the Jets.
Landry (knee) did not practice Wednesday, the Sun Sentinel reports. Though officially listed with a knee issue, the report notes that interim coach Dan Campbell suggested that the wideout was being rested Wednesday, a notion that would be confirmed by a return to the practice field on Landry's part come Thursday.
Landry caught four of seven targets for 66 yards in Sunday's game against the Cowboys. The Cowboys' significant advantage in terms of time of possession limited the Dolphins offense on the day, resulting in Landry seeing his fewest targets since Week 7, when he only played one half. He led the team in targets and yards despite the modest output and should continue to do so on a weekly basis. Landry will look to bounce back in Week 12 against the Jets.
Landry had seven catches on 12 targets for 52 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Eagles. He also rushed once for six yards. Landry's touchdown came on a tipped pass near the goal line where it appeared he was the only player on the field that knew where the ball was until it was his hands. It was quite a lucky situation, as fantasy owners were gifted with their third touchdown in the last four games for Landry. He has been targeted 25 times in the last two games, and he'll take his momentum into Week 11 when the Dolphins take on the Cowboys in Miami.
Landry had a season-high 11 catches on 13 targets for 69 yards and rushed four times for 18 yards Sunday against the Bills. Despite the high number of looks (no other player had more than seven targets), Lamar Miller (97) and Kenny Stills (73) both finished with more receiving yards than Landry, who has failed to score in back-to-back games after finding the end zone three times in Weeks 6 and 7 combined. Up next is a Week 10 trip to Philadelphia to take on an Eagles defense that has allowed 10 receiving touchdowns this season (ninth-best in the NFL).
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