With a number of teams reportedly interested in him, the Miami Dolphins are reportedly interested in moving receiver Jarvis Landry.
This week, the Dolphins and Landry’s agent are scheduled to meet, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, with a possible trade being a likely talking point.
Dolphins and agent for Miami’s franchised player Jarvis Landry scheduled to meet Wednesday in Indianapolis to discuss the WR’s future, per sources. Multiple sources believe the Dolphins are interested in trading Landry.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 26, 2018
While the franchise tag does potentially complicate a deal, it’s a problem that could certainly be worked through. Given how productive Landry has been and that he won’t even turn 26 until late in 2018, interest in him will be high around the league.
In four NFL seasons, Landry has caught 400 passes for 4,038 yards with 22 touchdowns. His 2017 yardage (987) was down from the previous two years (1,157 and 1,136), but that can at least partially be attributed to instability at the quarterback position. Despite that instability, Landry also set career highs in receptions (112) and touchdowns (9).
Landry has enough explosiveness to make the big plays. But he’s also stable enough to be a consistent receiver who quarterbacks can depend on. So, until he is moved (or the 2018 season begins), expect to hear a lot of chatter around this player.