Jarvis Landry era in Miami is over.
The wide out is off a 2017-18 season in which he hauled in 112 catches for 987 yards and nine touchdowns.More news: Rand Paul's neighbor in court Friday
The Browns are now expected to work on a long-term deal with a player in Landry who boasts an National Football League record with 400 receptions in his first four National Football League seasons.
Landry signed his franchise tender for the 2018 season Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. But the Dolphins did not want to commit to Landry long-term because he was seeking a contract in the neighborhood of $14 million a season. The Ravens are among the teams reportedly interested in him, along with the Chicago Bears and Cleveland Browns.More news: Former Irish President Slams Catholic Church as 'Empire of Misogyny'
He has been selected to three consecutive Pro Bowls and has 400 career receptions, a record for a fourth-year player.
This doesn't include the compensation Baltimore would have to give Miami in order to acquire last season's National Football League receptions leader.More news: United Nations chief says Philippines president Duterte needs "psychiatric evaluation"
The Browns offense just became a whole lot better as Landry will join wide receivers Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman.
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