Selected by the Miami Dolphins in the second round (63rd overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft…Traded to the Cleveland Browns on March 14, 2018. Selected to the past five Pro Bowls (2015-19). Named the Browns 2019 Walter Payton Man of the Year. Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for Week 1 in 2015. Selected to the 2014 PFWA All-Rookie team.


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Jarvis Landry


  • His 564 receptions are the most all-time by an NFL player through their first six seasons.
  • Led the league in receptions with 112 in 2017, becoming just the second Dolphin to pace the NFL in the statistic.
  • First Browns WR to be selected to the Pro Bowl in consecutive years since Paul Warfield in 1969-70.
  • First Browns WR to record at least two seasons with 80-plus receptions, accomplishing the feat in back-to-back years (2018-19).
  • In 2019, recorded 1,174 receiving yards, the fourth-most in franchise history and 86 receptions, the sixth-most in team history.
  • Paired with WR Odell Beckham Jr. (1,035) in 2019 to become first WR duo in Browns history to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in a season. Six years earlier, Beckham (1,152 yards) and Landry (1,193 yards) became the first pair of LSU WRs with 1,000 receiving yards in the same season.
  • Recorded at least two receptions in 95 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL.
  • Recorded 20 consecutive games with at least five receptions from 2016-18, the second longest streak in NFL history.
  • Became first Brown since 1991 with a 50-yard rush (51 yards) and 50-yard catch (51t) in same game against Carolina on Dec. 9, 2018.
  • Signed a five-year contract extension in 2018.




  • Has a daughter, Joy.
  • Attended Lutcher High School in Lutcher, La.
  • Majored in sports administration at Louisiana State.
  • Brother, Gerard, played football at Southern University.
  • Cousin of former NFL defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey, who also played at LSU.


Beyond Football


  • Part of a viral video with other NFL stars to underscore the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement.
  • Donated $15,000 to provide hygiene products to East Cleveland City School District students and families amid the global COVID- 19 pandemic. Landry partnered with Meijer to secure the supply for East Cleveland Schools, which was selected as the recipient through the Cleveland Browns Foundation's "Get 2 School, Stay in the Game!" Network.
  • Participated in a charity Madden Tournament alongside Denzel Ward and donated season tickets as part of the All In Challenge.
  • Donated meals, along with his family, to the staff in his hometown Louisiana hospital.
  • Passionate about cystic fibrosis: raising awareness, funds and using his platform to hopefully one day put an end to CF. One of his close high school friends had CF and ultimately lost her battle with it in 2015, resulting in Landry closely seeing and understanding the effects of the disease. In addition to consistently supporting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation during the league's My Cause, My Cleats initiative, he has regularly hosted significant fundraisers in Miami and Cleveland to raise money and awareness for CF.
  • Hosted the Jarvis Landry Football ProCamp in Rocky River, Ohio each of the past two years.
  • Formed his own scholarship, Building Winners Academic Scholarship, granted annually to one graduating senior at his alma mater Lutcher High School.
  • Supports a number of youth football initiatives, including representing the Browns in celebrating the installment of high-quality synthetic turf fields at both Lorain High School and Boys Hope-Girls Hope of Northeastern Ohio, as well as helping surprise Berea Midpark High School with $25,000 of new helmets through the Browns' HELMETS program.