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Why Jarvis Landry might remain a Cleveland Brown



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If Landry completes his contract, the Browns will qualify for a compensatory draft pick when he leaves in 2023, probably a fourth-round pick. Landry will provide his own low-cost replacement when he leaves and that’s a better deal than running out and squandering money on another overpaid free agent in the worst market in NFL history.

To review, Landry signed a $75.5 million, five-year deal under the John Dorsey regime at a time when the Browns were in the midst of a 17-game losing streak.

If the Browns want to cut Landry, that’s okay, but be warned, it’s not so simple to replace him with that speedy free-agent wide receiver that they have been coveting.


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