Grading the trade is impossible without seeing the exact details (where those draft picks are situated and how much money they're paying Landry), but it's worth noting the Browns own a ton of draft capital and cap space. Landry earned Pro Bowl nods in all three years.
It has been known for a while that Jarvis Landry and his agent were seeking a long-term contract that would pay him around $14 million annually.
Him signing means that the Dolphins can't rescind the tag, even in the event that they can't trade the 25-year-old wideout.
"Y'all better understand (stuff) about to get SERIOUS..." But letting Landry leave in the prime of his career could be one of the franchise's biggest blunders.
Landry's apparent departure depletes Miami's receiving crew greatly, leaving the bulk of the work, for now, to wide receivers Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker.
Cleveland is $113 million under the salary cap and was expected to seek an impact receiver in free agency. 1 and 4 overall and five in the first 64, the Browns had the ability to pull off a major deal for a major player. Miami also has wide receivers Jakeem Grant and Leonte Carroo, among others.