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    One of the top wide receivers to come from South Florida in recent years is getting a shot in the NFL. Hurricanes wide receiver and St. Thomas Aquinas alumnus Mike Harley Jr. was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Browns on Saturday. If Harley earns a roster spot, he will be at least the 44th St. Thomas Aquinas alumnus to play in the NFL. His former teammate, Oklahoma linebacker Nik Bonitto, was picked by the Denver Broncos earlier in the draft. Harley is one of the most successful wide receivers in Hurricanes history. In five seasons, he set a Hurricanes record with 182 career receptions, and he racked up 2,158 yards with 15 touchdowns. Last season, Harley had 57 catches for 543 yards and five scores. He was a 2020 All-ACC third-team pick. Harley said he wants his future team to know he’s a gamer and a versatile playmaker at wide receiver. “I’m a competitor,” Harley said. “My game speed, and I’m a route-runner. Inside, slot, wideout. I can do it all.” ()
    Getty Quarterback Deshaun Watson #4 of the Houston Texans walks off the field after a 37-31 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals at NRG Stadium on December 27, 2020 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) The Cleveland Browns selected two wide receivers during the 2022 NFL Draft but now that all the picks are in, the team remains on the hunt for a No. 2 pass catcher to pair with Amari Cooper. Cleveland has been linked to a reunion with Jarvis Landry, who the Browns cut two days prior to the start of free agency, though working out the money could prove an issue. Erin Walsh of Bleacher Report suggested another reunion, one that has also gotten some press in recent weeks, with former Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham. After forcing his way out of Cleveland midway through last season, Beckham became a productive member of the eventual Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams. He scored a touchdown in the championship game before tearing his ACL during the second quarter, an injury likely to keep him sidelined...
    With his future on the team up in the air, the Cleveland Browns have a tough question in front of them with Jarvis Landry. This past week, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry garnered some attention with a Twitter thread led by how he played through multiple injuries during the 2021 season. His production reflected being banged up and limited, as he finished with career-lows in catches (52) and yards (570) in 12 games. Landry also said how he’d like to stay with the team next season, with an eye on being healthier in the final year of his contract, and he has “put the ball in (the team’s) court” there. For what it’s worth, ESPN’s Jake Trotter has written it “feels like” Landry is done in Cleveland. Landry has a solid career resume, with five Pro Bowl selections (consecutively from 2015-2019), two seasons with 110 or more catches (2015 and 2017) and three seasons (2015, 2016 and 2019) with more than 1,100 yards.The Browns have a tough question to ask of Jarvis LandryAs mentioned, Landry is heading to...
    Cleveland Browns, Baker Mayfield. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports The Browns need help at wide receiver this offseason and, while the draft is an option, they could help Baker Mayfield find himself by signing a free agent. The Cleveland Browns had a disappointing 2021 season, missing the playoffs due, in large part, to Baker Mayfield’s play. However, Mayfield was playing with a torn labrum for much of the season and his No. 1 receiving option for much of the year was Jarvis Landry. No disrespect to Landry, but he should not be a team’s top option in the passing game. There is a lot of buzz and expectation that the Browns will select a receiver with their first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Pairing one of the incoming rookie wide receivers with one of these pending free agents could give Mayfield the arsenal he lacked this past season and allow him to take a much-needed step forward.Browns: 3 free agent wide receiver to sign to help Baker Mayfield 3 Allen Robinson WR Chicago Bears Allen Robinson would be...
    Getty Jarvis Landry, of the Cleveland Browns, leaves the field following a game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on December 25, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Browns 24-22. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) The 2021 NFL regular season was an abject disappointment for every member of the Cleveland Browns, but things were even worse for one of the team’s top wide receivers. Jarvis Landry has not spoken publicly since he conducted an interview during his Thanksgiving Food Drive on November 16, 2021. During that media session, a portion of which was posted online via Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, Landry expressed frustration with quarterback Baker Mayfield and the sometimes stagnant Browns offense. He spoke not only for himself, but for some of his other pass catching teammates, as well. #Browns Jarvis Landry doesn’t know why he’s not getting the ball more pic.twitter.com/uQsTEzZzrN — Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) November 16, 2021 “Yeah. I mean, I haven’t been getting the ball so much, either,” Landry told media members. “But at the end of...
    A federal program tries to house people. But it leaves many homeless and segregated in the Southeast. House antitrust leaders meet with Facebook whistleblower Ahead of their "Thursday Night Football" matchup against the Broncos, the Browns put many of their key players on the injured reserve list; however, one important player was activated on Thursday afternoon: wide receiver Jarvis Landry. The five-time Pro Bowler has dealt with a knee injury causing him to miss the last four games. In their second game of the season, Landry suffered a sprained MCL on the first drive of the game versus the Texans. He missed the rest of the game and was placed on the injured reserve list. Originally expected to return by Oct. 15, Landry missed Week 6 vs. the Cardinals. We have activated WR Jarvis Landry to the active roster. — Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 21, 2021 MORE: Fantasy injury update for Broncos-Browns Week 7 Thursday Night Football Through two games this season, Landry has 80 receiving yards. He also has 13 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown, even though he only played one full...
    Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports With Jarvis Landry going on IR, which Browns wide receivers need to step up? The Cleveland Browns beat the Houston Texans in Week 2, but they lost wide receiver Jarvis Landry to a knee injury very early in the game. As was trending toward being possible, on Tuesday the team announced Landry will go on IR. Landry will miss at least the next three games, in the first injury-related absence of his career. He has been a 100-plus target guy in all three of seasons with the Browns, so his absence will be noticed even in their run-oriented offense. Landry’s absence will leave behind some extra target share for the Browns’ tight ends–Austin Hooper, David Njoku and Harrison Bryant. Baker Mayfield has completed nearly 82 percent of his passes through two games, without Odell Beckham for both and without Landry for basically one. But the Browns will need a wide receiver, or two, to step up in Landry’s absence. Who will it be? Browns: 2 wide receivers who need to step up with Jarvis...
    Getty Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers are done playing football this season, but the war of words between the two AFC North squads has extended far past their Wild Card weekend matchup. Browns Pro Bowl defensive end Myles Garrett delivered the latest bit of shade. When asked about the Browns playoff run — which ended with a narrow 22-17 loss to the Chiefs — Garrett trolled the vocal, TikTok loving Pittsburgh wide receivers. “It was fun. It’s always good to hurt some feelings of some of those Steelers receivers. So we had to get after it. We got a little battle with the Chiefs,” Garrett said, per Nat Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal. “All in all, it was a good season. It was fun. But we’re trying to come back and make something special happen next year.” Myles Garrett still not letting it go ???? pic.twitter.com/KJeBnuR7h0 — B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) January 30, 2021 Steelers Gave Browns Rallying Cry in Playoffs With Trash TalkJuJu Smith-Schuster says ‘Browns is the Browns’Pittsburgh Steelers...
    The Browns, standing in a near-freezing cold parking garage at 8:15 a.m., preparing for Week 16 — that sounds like a metaphor for most Cleveland seasons, the ones that are two weeks from a seat on the couch. In 2020, though, it’s just another unexpected hurdle to leap. Because of COVID-19 contact tracing, the Browns (10-4) are without their top four wide receivers for Week 16 against the Jets (1-13) in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Cleveland’s receiving corps will be made up of Marvin Hall and practice squad promotions Ja’Marcus Bradley and Derrick Willies. And since the news only dropped Saturday that the Browns would be down four wideouts, there was barely any time to prepare. That’s what led Cleveland to a parking garage next to their hotel for a pregame walkthrough Sunday morning, hoping to put Hall, Bradley and Willies through their paces. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski told the story on his Sunday morning radio show on the Browns’ official radio network. “We’ve got a bunch of problem-solvers on our coaching staff,’’ Stefanski said. “It’s nothing new. It’s...
    The Cleveland Browns will be without multiple receivers Sunday against the New York Jets. The team announced late Saturday afternoon that four receivers are on the league’s coronavirus list, and Jarvis Landry and Rashard Higgins are both on it. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Being on the list doesn’t mean you have coronavirus. It simply means you might have been exposed to somebody who is positive. We’ve placed WR Rashard Higgins, WR KhaDarel Hodge, WR Jarvis Landry, WR Donovan Peoples-Jones & LB Jacob Phillips on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. In addition, we’ve elevated (Contagious Disease Addendum) WR Ja’Marcus Bradley, LB Montrel Meander & WR Derrick Willies from the PS. pic.twitter.com/sCSte9PejF — Cleveland Browns (@Browns) December 26, 2020 Are the Jets about to upset the Browns? It seems like a very real possibility. Cleveland will be taking the field Sunday without their top two wide receivers. I’m not sure how the hell anyone can expect Baker Mayfield to have a competent offense if he has nobody to throw the ball to.   View this post...
    Tennessee governor requests emergency declaration from President UN hits Trump over Blackwater pardons Browns to be down several wide receivers in Week 16? Some fallout is emerging from B.J. Goodson‘s positive COVID-19 test. Contact tracing deemed several Browns wide receivers high-risk close contacts, according to Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (on Twitter). © Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones — the Browns’ top three wide receivers — have are high-risk close contacts, Schefter and Mortensen report (on Twitter). These three will be placed on Cleveland’s reserve/COVID-19 list and miss Sunday’s game against the Jets, according to Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com (on Twitter). A fourth wideout, KhaDarel Hodge, will also be placed on the virus list, Cabot reports (on Twitter). Linebacker Jacob Phillips is also out. Hodge is Cleveland’s fourth-leading wide receiver this season. The Browns have not yet left Cleveland and have yet to learn how many players will be unable to travel with the team to New Jersey. The Browns are also likely to be without at least one tight end against the Jets,...
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