Brown wide receiver Jarvis Landry tweeted on Tuesday that he “would like to stay in Cleveland.” But if he doesn’t get his wish, he also “has the confidence to contribute to other teams and fight for the championship.”
Landry missed several games due to injury in 2021. In the end, he participated in 12 games and completed 52 catches for 570 yards and only 2 touchdowns.
“I’m recovering from a serious injury and coming back in top shape. I sprained the medial collateral ligament in the second week of last season, partially torn my quadriceps, and had a bone contusion,” Landry wrote. “But Then I played the whole season with an injury in order to come back. I never complained.”
Landry signed a five-year, $75.5 million contract with Brown in 2018, and next season will be his final year. He is currently expected to take up $16.379 million in cap space, but his $14.3 million base salary is not guaranteed. If Brown wants to cut him, don’t worry too much about dead money.