Browns WR Jarvis Landry revealed Thursday that he suffered a broken rib in the Week 5 win over the Colts. He played his usual allotment of snaps last week, finishing with 3 catches on 5 targets in the blowout loss to Pittsburgh. Landry figures to continue playing through the injury, but it adds weekly risk that he'll aggravate it and miss snaps.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry (hip, ribs) is active for today’s game vs. the Steelers. He only got in a limited practice on Friday and figures to be playing at less than 100% today.
Browns WRs Odell Beckham (illness) and Jarvis Landry (ribs, hip) are expected to play against the Steelers today, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. OBJ got the green light when he turned in his 2nd negative COVID test. Landry only got in a limited practice on Friday this week, so he figures to be operating at less than 100% today.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry (hip, ribs) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Steelers. He only got in a limited practice on Friday. Landry has been disappointing through 5 games and clearly won’t be at 100% if he suits up on Sunday. Try to avoid him in Week 6 fantasy lineups.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry (hip, ribs) missed his 2nd straight practice on Thursday. He's been on the injury report with the hip all year after offseason surgery, but the rib issue is new. We'll see if Landry is able to practice tomorrow and how Cleveland lists him on the final injury report.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry is active for tonight's game against the Bengals. Go ahead and use him as planned in your fantasy lineups.
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports that Browns WR Jarvis Landry (hip) is expected to play against the Bengals tonight. Landry is officially questionable, but Pelissero reports that his Tuesday absence from practice and limited participation Wednesday were "a precaution." We'll confirm Landry's status tonight, but plan to have him available for your fantasy lineup.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry is questionable for Thursday night's game against the Bengals. After missing Tuesday's practice with a hip issue, Landry returned to a limited workout Wednesday. We'll check his status when the inactives come out Thursday evening. We'd have trouble sitting an active Landry, though.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry did not practice Tuesday and was listed with a hip injury. That’s the area, of course, in which Landry has surgery late this offseason. We’ll see whether this was just a maintenance day in a short week. Cleveland hosts the Bengals on Thursday night
The Browns activated WR Jarvis Landry (hip) from the active/PUP list. That means he's not eligible to open the season on the reserve/PUP and seemingly puts him on track for Week 1. Landry underwent a significant hip surgery in February that was expected to sideline him for 6-8 months. That had his availability for the start of the season in some doubt, but he's obviously made good progress. We'll continue to keep a close eye on him over the next few weeks. A healthy Landry is a virtual lock to beat his current WR33 ADP.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry (hip) has been placed on the active/PUP list. He's eligible to be removed at any time and play Week 1. Landry is still recovering from February hip surgery, which was expected to sideline him for 6-8 months. He's just about at the 6-month mark now. Landry has only said that he's hoping to be cleared in time for Week 1. We'll continue to keep a close eye on his status.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry (hip) suggested in a Zoom call with the Cleveland media on Wednesday that he's not a lock to be ready for Week 1. “Right now, I’m a little bit ahead of schedule," he said. "But the most important thing right now is just taking it day by day. You know, I can’t predict when exactly I’ll be on the field, whether that’s July, August or September." Landry went on to say that his "anticipated" return date is "sometime in August." He was originally slapped with a 6-8 month timetable for return after his February 4 hip surgery. The short end of that timeline would have Landry back in early August, but the long end would run into October. We'll continue to monitor Landry's rehab.
The hip surgery that Browns WR Jarvis Landry had on February 4 is expected to sideline him 6-8 months, according to Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot. The short end of that timeline would have Landry back in early August. But the long end would run into October. "He is expected to make a full recovery for the 2020 season," the team said in a statement on Thursday. Landry's surgery removed 2 pieces of bone embedded in the labrum of his left hip and shaved down some cartilage. It was obviously a major procedure that adds risk to Landry's profile in early best-ball drafting.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry announced this week that he had hip surgery on Feb. 4, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. He's expected to be fully recovered in time for the upcoming season. Scott Petrak of The Chronicle-Telegram reports that the issue nagged Landry throughout the 2019 season. The WR said the fact that even the light work at the Pro Bowl bothered the hip helped push him toward having the surgery. We'll keep an eye on Landry this summer to see if there's any reason for concern. Landry has been a strong value in early best-ball drafting.
The Browns have named Alex Van Pelt their OC. The former NFL QB has spent the past 14 seasons coaching in Buffalo, Tampa Bay, Green Bay and Cincinnati. He was an OC for just 1 of those years, though: for a 2009 Bills squad that ranked 30th in total yards and 28th in points with QBs Ryan Fitzpatrick and Trent Edwards. It's unclear whether Van Pelt or new HC Kevin Stefanski will call plays in Cleveland.
The Browns are set to hire Kevin Stefanski as their new HC. Stefanski has spent the past 14 seasons in Minnesota under multiple coaching staffs. He took over as interim OC late in the 2018 campaign and was named OC for 2019. The Vikings ranked 16th in total yards, 10th in yards per play and 8th in points this past year. They were the league's 3rd run-heaviest offense -- although assistant coach Gary Kubiak seemingly had a lot to do with that. We'll keep an eye on Stefanski's plans for a Browns offense loaded with talent.
The Browns have fired HC Freddie Kitchens. He seemed overmatched in his 1st go-around as a HC, leading the Browns to a disappointing 6-10 campaign. We'll see who Cleveland tabs as Kitchens' replacement. There's plenty of talent on this roster, so a big step forward in 2020 is plenty possible.
The forecast for today's Browns-Patriots game calls for a 100% chance of rain, with heavy rainfall at times possible. The wind will be at just 7-14 mph, so that shouldn't have a major impact. But this will be a wet one. We've made some slight adjustments to our projections for this game.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry has cleared the concussion protocol, according to insider Mary Kay Cabot. Barring a setback, Landry will play against the 49ers on Monday night. He's coming off a big 8-167 line but totaled just 10 catches for 161 scoreless yards over the first 3 games. Landry remains a WR3 in fantasy lineups.
Browns WR Jarvis Landry sustained a concussion in the 2nd half of Sunday's game against the Ravens. It ended a huge afternoon for Landry: 8 catches for 167 yards. We'll track his progress through the protocol this week.
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