Jarvis Landry

Jarvis Landry Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'11" / 196 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
November 28, 1992 (27)
7th Season
2014 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 63 (MIA)

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Jarvis Landry News

Jarvis Landry's Hip Looking "Great"

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry (hip) is "looking great," according to head coach Kevin Stefanski. Landry had surgery on Feb. 4 to repair his hip, but his rehab has progressed well, according to all reports. Stefanski's words on Thursday further add optimism to Landry's availability when the 2020 season kicks off. The coach is basing his assessment on videos of Landry that he has viewed with the Browns recently ending their 10-week virtual offseason program. Stefanski was asked how the receivers would be used during training camp and responded, Well make sure we ramp both of them up appropriately. Landry settles in as a low-end WR2 in PPR formats for fantasy drafters this season.

Jun. 25th • 5:16 PM
Jarvis Landry Ahead Of Schedule

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry (hip) said that he's "a little bit ahead of schedule" in his rehab from offseason hip surgery in February. Landry isn't predicting exactly when he'll get back on the field, but he said his projected return date is "sometime in August." The 27-year-old has been a target hog for most of his time in the NFL, but he's coming off a serious surgery and could lose some looks to the tight end pair of Austin Hooper and David Njoku. If Cleveland's offense takes the next step under quarterback Baker Mayfield, Landry should still put up fantasy numbers, though, and he deserves the benefit of the doubt given his consistent production over the years.

May. 20th • 6:23 PM
Jarvis Landry's Rehab Going Well

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry (hip) is on track in his rehab, according to coach Kevin Stefanski. Landry had surgery to repair the labrum in his hip back in February with the expectation he would need 6-8 months to recover. Speaking of both Landry and Odell Beckham Jr., Stefanski stated, "Both those guys are exactly where they need to be in terms of rehab progression." Landry can be tentatively penciled in for the start of the NFL season but he is likely to miss most of training camp. When active, Landry can be treated as a rock-solid WR2 in all formats.

Apr. 4th • 11:13 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Baker Mayfield
Case Keenum
RB Nick Chubb
Kareem Hunt
LWR Odell Beckham Jr.
Donovan Peoples-Jones
RWR Jarvis Landry
KhaDarel Hodge
SWR Rashard Higgins
J'Mon Moore
TE Austin Hooper
David Njoku
LT Jedrick Wills Jr.
LG Joel Bitonio
Malcolm Pridgeon
C JC Tretter
Nick Harris
RG Wyatt Teller
Drew Forbes
RT Jack Conklin
Chris Hubbard
LDE Myles Garrett
Chad Thomas
LDT Larry Ogunjobi
Andrew Billings
RDT Sheldon Richardson
Jordan Elliott
DE Olivier Vernon
Adrian Clayborn
SAM Jacob Phillips
Willie Harvey
MLB Sione Takitaki
B.J. Goodson
WLB Mack Wilson
Jermaine Grace
LCB Denzel Ward
Donnie Lewis Jr.
SS Karl Joseph
J.T. Hassell
FS Grant Delpit
Andrew Sendejo
RCB Greedy Williams
Terrance Mitchell
K Austin Seibert