Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry has yet to physically sign his $15.9 million franchise tender. Some have suggested that his failure to do so could mean that he won’t. Which could mean that the Dolphins could rescind it. That won’t be happening. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Landry has formally accepted the tender, [more]
The talk that the Bears could trade for Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is heating up, and a big name has emerged as the potential return: Jordan Howard. According to John Mullin of NBC Chicago, the Bears and Dolphins have had conversations about the Dolphins sending Landry, the 11th overall pick and a third-round pick [more]
The Dolphins put the franchise tag on Jarvis Landry last month, but have given his agent permission to seek a trade partner, according to reports.
Jarvis Landry is willing to hold out if he doesn’t get a long-term deal. “The team decides to exercise the franchise tag. I’m considering not playing on it,” Landry said in a 10-minute teaser of a documentary called Juice, via Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel. “The franchise tag is not a good deal for me.” [more]
The Saints showed interest in Jarvis Landry this week, but they’re not willing to part with the compensation and the mega deal it would take to acquire him, Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. The Saints are looking to add playmakers to their offense, seeking help at wide receiver and tight end. The [more]
The Bears and Dolphins are reportedly discussing a blockbuster trade with Jordan Howard and Jarvis Landry.
In four years in South Beach, Jarvis Landry has been spectacular at his position, hauling in a career best 112 catches last season for Miami. Despite his success on the field, the Miami Dolphins plan to meet with the wide receiver’s agent this week to discuss his future with the team that might send him […]
The Miami Dolphins placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on wide receiver Jarvis Landry last week. However, Landry did not immediately sign the tender, which would pay him $16.2 million for the 2018 season. That immediately sparked rumors that the cap-crunched Dolphins are looking to trade Landry to a team who is willing to give him […]
The Dolphins became the first team to use the franchise tag this offseason when they placed it on wide receiver Jarvis Landry last week, but the use of the tag doesn’t necessarily mean that Landry will be back in Miami for the 2018 season. There’s been talk since the tag, which sets Landry up to [more]
A Bills-eye view of what to expect at the Scouting Combine. Trade talks involving Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry could pick up in Indianapolis. What will the Patriots be looking for at linebacker? Penn State RB Saquon Barkley grew up as a Jets fan. Will the Ravens add help at tight end? Flooding in Cincinnati made [more]
Can the Bills find a team to trade for QB Tyrod Taylor? Finding more signs that WR Jarvis Landry may be leaving the Dolphins. Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio made a rare appearance as a speaker at MIT. A Jets-centric look at prospects in the Scouting Combine. Making the case for Ravens investment [more]
It is safe to list the Chicago Bears as one of the teams which are interested in Miami Dolphins’ wide receiver Jarvis Landry. NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport listed the Bears as a possible destination for Jarvis Landry, whose days with the Dolphins may be over. NFL teams can discuss and agree on trades as the offseason is beginning to kick into high gear. Show More Summary
Three days after the Dolphins surprised the football-following world and applied the franchise tag to receiver Jarvis Landry on the first day of the two-week window for doing so, momentum continues to build toward a potential trade. Still, with Landry’s agent reportedly seeking a four-year, $58 million deal from the Dolphins (an average of $14.5 [more]
Jarvis Landry will become wealthy this spring, but which destination will make his Fantasy owners stat-rich this fall?
This year’s crop of free-agent receivers lacks significant star power, especially if Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins are tagged by the Jaguars and Rams, respectively. (The Dolphins already have franchise-tagged Jarvis Landry.) One of the most talented receivers in the league will be part of it, however, with an important limitation. According to the NFL [more]
Miami one of the half-dozen most intriguing teams this offseason amid free-agent and trade rumblings
The Dolphins are set to pay Landry $16 million in 2018.
Landry set career highs in receptions and TDs but only averaged 8.8 yards per catch
With Miami giving Jarvis Landry the franchise tag, the pool of free-agent receivers looks pretty thin.
As the dust settles on the Dolphins’ decision to apply the franchise tag to receiver Jarvis Landry, the move continues to raise plenty of questions. Armando Salguro of the Miami Herald, who attributes the move either to “amazing chess or amateur checkers,” points out that the Dolphins previously balked at Landry’s request of a four-year, [more]