Landry suffered an ankle injury during the Browns' loss to the Seahawks in Week 6, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Landry said he sustained the injury on the play following one on which he was whistled for a blindside block, which appeared to be a poor call, per the video replay posted by Tim Bielik of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The wideout said he altered his blocking strategy because of the official's call the previous play. "I'm trying to not block like I can block because of the rule changes and because I felt like I did nothing wrong on the blindside block that they called on me," Landry said. "So I tried to take a charge and pretty much hurt myself." Landry finished out the game, playing 96 percent of the offensive snaps, so the injury appears to be minor. He added that the ankle will be fine because he has the bye week to recover.
Landry caught three of five targets for 36 scoreless yards in Sunday's 32-28 loss to the Seahawks.
Landry paced the Browns in receiving yards in each of the last two weeks, but he trailed both Odell Beckham and Ricky Seals-Jones in this contest. He was trusted on Seattle's goal line with a short pass from Baker Mayfield on fourth down, but Landry coughed up the football before he got in the end zone. Luckily, the Seahawks were called for 12 men on the field, negating Landry's fumble. It has been an inconsistent season for Landry, who still doesn't have a touchdown through six games.
Landry caught four of six targets for 75 yards in Monday night's 31-3 loss to the 49ers.
Landry led Cleveland in receiving for a second straight week, and although his output was unsurprisingly nowhere near his career-best 167 yards in Week 4, he still again comfortably outperformed teammate Odell Beckham statistically. In fact, with two catches for 27 yards, Beckham turned in one of his worst ever outings, as the Browns continue to struggle getting their offense to flow. In the meantime, Landry has taken advantage of less defensive attention, topping 60 yards in all but one game thus far. Although he's yet to find the end zone, Sunday's matchup against Seattle's seventh-worst pass defense at least appears promising on paper.
Landry (concussion) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
After passing through the NFL's five-step concussion protocol earlier in the day, Landry reported no ill effects while taking contact for the first time since suffering the head injury in Sunday's win over the Ravens. He'll be ready to go for the Browns' Week 5 matchup with the 49ers on Monday Night Football, looking to build on the career-best 167-yard performance he submitted before departing the Baltimore game.
Landry has cleared the concussion protocol and will practice Friday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Landry did not practice Thursday as a result of the concussion he suffered last week against the Ravens, but the Browns' medical staff determined he was ready to get back on the field, and he will do so one day later. It won't be clear how much work Landry got in Friday until practice concludes, but there is now reason to believe he will take the field Monday night against the 49ers.
Landry (concussion) didn't practice Thursday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Landry, who left this past Sunday's win over the Ravens in the third quarter, remains in the NFL's concussion protocol. He'll have a couple more chances to take the practice field this week, with the Browns playing Monday night against the 49ers. While he works his way back, the team's wideout depth got a boost Thursday, with the return to practice of both Rashard Higgins (knee) and Antonio Callaway (suspension).
Landry (concussion) was overheard Tuesday telling a teammate he "feels great, 100 percent," Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Landry, who briefly stopped by the Browns' locker room, isn't allowed to speak with the media while in the concussion protocol. Coach Freddie Kitchens is encouraged by the fact that Landry gets an extra day to clear the protocol with the Browns playing the 49ers on Monday night in Week 5.
Landry (concussion) won't return to Sunday's game against the Ravens, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Prior to his exit from the contest, Landry hauled in eight of his 10 targets for 167 yards. Odell Beckham Jr. and Damion Ratley will thus head the Browns' wideout corps for the rest of the day, while Landry, in the coming days, will look to gain clearance for the Browns' Oct. 7 tilt against the 49ers. On the plus side, additional wideout depth is on the way for Cleveland, with Antonio Callaway eligible to return to the fold upon the completion of the NFL's Week 4 slate.
Landry is being evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's game against the Ravens, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Prior to his exit from Sunday's game, Landry had caught eight of his 10 targets for 167 yards. In his absence, Odell Beckham Jr. and Damion Ratley will head the Browns' wideout corps.
Landry had three catches (nine targets) for a team-high 62 yards in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Rams.
Landry's ugly target conversion rate (33 percent) was a result of quarterback Baker Mayfield's struggles when attempting deep passes against a tough Rams pass rush and secondary. The 26-year-old Landry's fellow starter, Odell Beckham, found greater success on shorter routes (six catches for 56 yards), but the former finished with a few more receiving yards. It has been a disappointing LSU reunion from Landry's perspective, as Beckham's arrival has eaten into the wideout's production through three games (10 receptions, 161 yards and no touchdowns). Fantasy owners will be hoping for that first big game from Landry in a big division matchup against the Ravens on Sunday.
Landry caught three of seven targets, totaling 32 receiving yards, during Monday's 23-3 win against the Jets. He also tallied 48 yards on four punt returns, including a long of 18 yards.
The opportunities were there for Landry on Monday night against the Jets, but the efficiency was not. This has become a theme since Landry came over via trade from Miami, where he was outstandingly economical with a catch rate of 70.2 percent between 2014 and 2017, compared to 54.6 percent in 18 games for the Browns. Next up is a Week 3 meeting with Los Angeles, and a Rams defense that thus far in 2019 ranks among the NFL's 10 best defenses in both completion percentage against (61.6) and yards allowed per pass attempt (6.1).
Landry caught four of seven targets for 67 yards and added a 10-yard rush in Sunday's 43-13 loss to the Titans.
Landry came up four yards short of Odell Beckham's receiving total on four fewer targets. The 26-year-old receiver has become a bit of a forgotten man with the offseason acquisition of Beckham, but Landry is as reliable as it gets in short and intermediate yardage. Cleveland's entire offense was stuck in low gear throughout this game, so Landry will be looking to leave a greater mark in Week 2 against the Jets.
Landry (undisclosed) said he'll be a full participant at the outset of training camp, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal reports.
Landry resumed running routes in early July, working out with teammates in California the week before quarterback Baker Mayfield's wedding. The 26-year-old wide receiver declined to provide details on his injury, merely saying that he now feels better in time for training camp. Mayfield has a horde of useful pass catchers at his disposal, with Landry joined by Odell Beckham, Antonio Callaway and Rashard Higgins at wide receiver, as well as tight ends David Njoku and Demetrius Harris and running backs Nick Chubb, Duke Johnson and Kareem Hunt (suspension).
Landry (undisclosed) ran routes Monday for the first time in two and a half months, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
After missing most of OTAs and all of mandatory minicamp due to an undisclosed injury, Landry has now resumed route running to some extent while exercising with fellow Browns teammates in California, including quarterback Baker Mayfield. The 26-year-old posted a video to his personal Instagram account that shows him running routes that include sharp cuts. With no indication the injury is serious, Landry should be available for training camp.
Landry (undisclosed) played in the charity softball game he hosted Saturday, Nick Shook of the Browns' official website reports.
Landry presumably would've been a spectator at the event if his undisclosed injury were anything serious. Despite missing most of OTAs and all of mandatory minicamp, he should be ready for the start of training camp in late July. The 26-year-old struggled in a more downfield-focused role last season, catching just 54.4 percent of his targets for 6.6 YPT while posting an average depth of target (10.9) far above anything from his Miami days. The addition of Odell Beckham Jr. should allow Landry to return his focus to the tasks he's actually good at -- catching short passes and gaining yards after the catch. The downside, of course, is that Landry will have a tough time matching last year's team-high total of 149 targets.
Head coach Freddie Kitchens said Landry (undisclosed) is unlikely to participate in next week's minicamp, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Landry has been absent from OTAs while nursing a minor injury, and his further absence will just be precautionary, according to the Browns. There appears to be no real concern surrounding whatever issue is bothering the wideout.
Landry has been held out of spring practices with a minor injury, Nate Ulrich of The Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Landry continues to attend practice as an on-field spectator, while close friend and new teammate Odell Beckham has mostly elected to work out on his own. It will be difficult to match last year's mark of 149 targets with Beckham on the team, but Landry should make up for some of the likely volume loss with improved efficiency, following a 2018 campaign with just 6.6 yards per target and a career-low 54.4 percent catch rate. Landry and Beckham should have plenty of time to build chemistry with quarterback Baker Mayfield this summer.
Landry will be reunited with college teammate and close friend Odell Beckham what projects to be an improved Cleveland offense in 2019, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Beckham's presence will shift defensive attention away from Landry and presumably allow for improved efficiency, but there almost certainly will be a trade-off in terms of volume after Landry drew 149 targets in his first year with the Browns. Given his career-worst 54.3 percent catch rate last season, Landry theoretically could improve on his 81-976-4 receiving line even if he loses a sizable chunk of his targets. It's also a good bet there will be more touchdowns to go around in quarterback Baker Mayfield's second season.
Landry hauled in five of his nine targets for 102 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-24 loss to the Ravens.
Landry capped the season on a strong note, recording at least 100 receiving yards for only the second time since Week 3. The highlight of his performance came on a 48-yard play that resulted in his fourth touchdown reception of the campaign. While his catch rate dipped from previous seasons, Landry maintained a strong target share and also averaged at least 12 yards per reception over the course of a season for only the second time in his career. With Cleveland's quarterback situation now clearly settled, Landry should continue to put up strong numbers as the team's likely leading receiver in 2019.
Landry hauled in four of eight targets for 47 yards, adding six rushing yards and a 63-yard pass to Breshad Perriman during Sunday's 26-18 win against the Bengals.
The 26-year-old wideout was rock solid and reliable to start the season, exceeding 65 receiving yards or delivering a touchdown in four of his first five outings of 2018. However, he's only been able to repeat the feat in three of the subsequent 10 games. Landry has been wholly inconsistent down the stretch, scoring just one touchdown since Week 8, and posting just as many double-digit PPR outings (three) as performances with fewer than seven points over Cleveland's past six showings. Due to a monstrous workload of 9.3 targets per game, it seems like a matter of time until Landry breaks out. But that remains unlikely to happen in Week 17, considering the Browns wrap up the season against Baltimore's top-five pass defense (199 yards allowed per game).
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