At a time when one team in the AFC East hopes/needs a rookie receiver to make a big impact, another team in the AFC East found a potential impact player without giving up a pair of first-round picks and a fourth-round pick.
Miami’s counter to Bills receiver Sammy Watkins could be Jarvis Landry, a second-round pick from LSU.
Appearing on Friday’s edition of PFT Live, Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes said that Landry has impressed so far in offseason workouts, making a variety of one-handed catches on a regular basis.
Of course, there’s a significant gap between making plays in T-shirts and shorts and getting it done when facing an NFL-caliber defensive back in a real game. For now, though, Landry is looking like a wise investment of the 63rd overall pick.
Grimes was a wise investment in 2013, and again on a four-year deal. For his full visit with PFT Live, click the spot below.