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Jarvis Landry | Wide Receiver | #14

Team: Miami Dolphins
Age / DOB:  (24) / 11/28/1992
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 208
College: LSU
Drafted: 2014 / Rd. 2 (63) / MIA
Contract: view contract details
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The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports the Dolphins still want to sign walk-year WR Jarvis Landry to an extension.
Miami has yet to make an offer to the receiver, but Salguero reports the organization is simply doing their due diligence to avoid offending Landry with a low-ball offer. Salguero also expects the Dolphins to tag Landry next spring if they are unable to work out a long-term deal, a move which would cost them $15 million. We are more skeptical about Miami's desire to re-sign the slot receiver and even more so about them paying him $15 million for one season, but Salguero is as plugged in as anyone. Jul 24 - 10:40 AM

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The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have yet to offer contract-year WR Jarvis Landry an extension.

Reporter Barry Jackson does allow it's "certainly possible that could change in the coming weeks." Landry has claimed he will cut off extension talks once the season begins. The Dolphins don't seem terribly afraid of that threat, and may even prefer it. Landry remained a big part of the Dolphins' offense last season, but saw his targets decrease as the season wore on. Coach Adam Gase could be of the mind that the team doesn't need to commit big money to a slot receiver.
Jul 13 - 6:01 PM

Jarvis Landry confirmed he plans to cut off extension talks once the regular season begins.

"I want to focus," Landry said on his self-imposed deadline. "Miami is where I want to be." The Dolphins haven't made any progress with Landry to this point. With the season less than two months away, it's possible Miami lets him play out his contract without a new deal. Franchising Landry would cost around $16M in 2018.
Jul 12 - 6:19 PM

Jarvis Landry's agent said his client will not negotiate a new deal once the regular season begins.

"We don’t want every game to be about a new contract," agent Damarius Bilbo said. "This is not a tactic; that is not an approach. This is who Jarvis is and what he wants out of the upcoming season." Bilbo added Landry will not hold out of training camp or the regular season if a deal is not reached and will "absolutely not" be angry if the two sides fail to get something done. Despite the agent's assertion the deadline is not a negotiating tactic, it is most definitely a negotiating tactic with the Dolphins seemingly hesitant to even open contract talks. Bilbo said the two sides have yet to discuss money. While it once seemed unthinkable, it is possible Miami lets Landry play out the final year of his deal and hit free agency in the spring.
Jun 20 - 10:34 AM

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins want contract-year WR Jarvis Landry to better "zero in" on the "small details" this season.

Apparently the Dolphins thought Landry's botching of some of the small things kept the offense from "truly clicking last year." Coach Adam Gase has liked what he's seen in the offseason program. "I think the entire spring, he has really done a great job with the consistency of the way he has practiced," Gase said. Landry is playing nice as he seeks an extension. The Miami Herald has given a new deal a "60 percent" chance of happening before Week 1.
Jun 8 - 5:00 PM

The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero believes there is a 60 percent chance walk-year WR Jarvis Landry lands a new deal before the start of the season.

The number suggests Salguero both expects the deal to happen but does not see it as a lock. For his part, Landry is participating in OTAs and has said he is "not really worried" about his contract situation. "I’m more focused on trying to help my team get to a Super Bowl, week in and week out playing hard and together," Landry said. If it is going to happen, the Dolphins and Landry should get serious about contract talks after minicamp.
Jun 6 - 11:27 AM

Jarvis Landry believes the Dolphins' addition of Julius Thomas will make his life easier in the slot.

Landry estimated he's been double teamed on "about half the pass plays" the Dolphins ran over the past two seasons. Miami Herald reporter Armando Salguero has been impressed with Thomas' work at OTAs and seems to believe Thomas can rediscover his early-career form after struggling in Jacksonville. Landry would then see more advantageous coverage looks, although his targets could take another hit after they dipped from 166 to 131 last season.
May 31 - 10:41 PM

Jarvis Landry said he’s not concerned about his contract situation.

"I’m in the background waiting my turn," said Landry. "I don’t really have a breaking point. I can’t be one of those guys who sits out, not shows up, or brings bad [attention] to the organization. For me I need to be here." The Dolphins have yet to open talks with Landry but things should heat up in the coming months. The Miami Herald expects Miami to extend Landry before training camp.
May 31 - 7:05 PM

The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports walk-year WR Jarvis Landry and the Dolphins "have not begun serious talks on an extension."

The Dolphins have told Landry they want to keep him, but they have not even indicated when they will begin to discuss a new deal. Despite the uncertainty, Landry showed up for the start of the offseason program this week and reportedly "has no intention of holding out." The receiver is set to earn just under $900,000 in the final year of his rookie deal.
Apr 20 - 10:13 AM

Contract-year WR Jarvis Landry reported for the start of voluntary workouts Monday.

Wanting an extension, Landry could have skipped the sessions in order to take a stand, but he's instead opting for the team-first approach. Set to earn just under $900K in the final year of his rookie contract, Landry and the Dolphins are expected to talk about an extension through the summer. He'll likely want more than the Rams gave Tavon Austin (4 years, $42M) last year.
Apr 17 - 10:46 AM

According to ESPN's James Walker, "chances appear slim" that contract-year WR Jarvis Landry will reach a long-term deal with the Dolphins before voluntary workouts open on Monday.

Assuming that's the case, Landry could skip workouts next week to send the Dolphins a message, though coach Adam Gase expects him to attend. "He's a football player who loves being in part of our program," said Gase. "He'll be there. Trust me." After this week, the Dolphins will reconvene for on-field workouts May 23-25 before mandatory minicamp starts on June 13. Landry is due $893,852 in the final year of his rookie contract.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 14 - 1:21 PM

The Miami Herald expects the Dolphins to extend contract-year WR Jarvis Landry before training camp.

Miami has yet to open talks with Landry, but have made it clear they plan to extend him. The Dolphins have enough cap space to get a deal done despite re-signing Kenny Stills. Miami reportedly wants to keep Landry, Stills, and DeVante Parker together through 2020. Landry is targeting $11 million annually.
Mar 29 - 4:31 PM

According to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero, the Dolphins received calls from teams interested in trading for Jarvis Landry, but Miami indicated he isn't available.

A rumor was apparently started when Eagles ace beat writer Jeff McLane mentioned he'd heard Landry's name circulated in trade talks. Apparently, it came from teams calling the Dolphins. Landry is entering the final year of his rookie deal and is probably looking for a long-term pact that pays him in the $11 million-plus range. That's a steep price for a guy who doesn't score touchdowns, but the Dolphins appear inclined to hang onto him, especially with free agent Kenny Stills set to walk, 2016 third-rounder Leonte Carroo showing nothing as a rookie, and DeVante Parker still immature.
Mar 8 - 8:47 AM

The Dolphins have yet to open extension negotiations with Jarvis Landry.

Whereas Landry's deal doesn't expire until after the 2017 season, GM Chris Grier said the team is focusing on "immediate free agents" right now. Landry's negotiation could be tricky, as the Dolphins likely want to pay him among the second-tier receivers at around $11 million per year while Landry certainly wants to make top dollar. A deal similar to Doug Baldwin's four-year, $46 million contract could work for both sides.
Jan 26 - 11:34 AM

The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero calls it a "near certainty" that the Dolphins will extend Jarvis Landry's deal.

Landry has one year left on his rookie deal, but the Dolphins might press for an early extension in exchange for a hometown discount. Landry has led Miami in receiving in each of his first three NFL seasons. Salguero suggests the Fins may be at more risk of losing Kenny Stills, whose contract is expiring.
Jan 9 - 1:08 PM

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