Report: Jarvis Landry “available for right compensation”

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The Dolphins traded running back Jay Ajayi to the Eagles on Tuesday and they may not be done remaking the look of their offense.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that the team has also made wide receiver Jarvis Landry “available for the right compensation.” What that compensation might be is not included in the report, although the team would probably be hoping for a third-round compensatory pick if Landry leaves as a free agent in the offseason.

The possibility of Landry leaving at that point seems like a decent one as the Dolphins have shown little urgency about signing him to a new contract before he would hit the open market. Coach Adam Gase’s angry comments last week about key offensive players failing to do what’s being asked of them by the team would serve as further evidence that the team would be willing to try out life without Landry.

Landry has 50 catches for 398 yards and three touchdowns this season.

63 responses to “Report: Jarvis Landry “available for right compensation”

  1. Please no, watching him talk smack after a first down pickup late in the 4th while down 20 points is my favorite part of NE-MIA games.

  2. “bruh that is not many yards a catch i woulda thought cxutler woulda been slanging that rock better tahn rag arm tannyhill’

    English writing and comprehension class. Get one.

  3. It looks like the Dolphins are looking ahead to next season. Getting rid of the dead weight that aren’t ‘buying in’ and re-build from there with players that fit in better. Just remember not to ‘cut off your nose to spite your face’.

  4. The Dolphins need to move Landry now, otherwise they’ll have to let him leave in free agency in a few months. He’s part of the reason Miami isn’t winning, because they contracted a severe case of ‘wide receiveritis’ in the early rounds of the draft under former GM Dennis Hickey.

  5. harrisonhits2 says:

    October 31, 2017 at 10:58 am

    “bruh that is not many yards a catch i woulda thought cxutler woulda been slanging that rock better tahn rag arm tannyhill’

    English writing and comprehension class. Get one.
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    You beat me to the punch. Took me a half hour to read that. LOL.

  6. The Ajayi trade was not as surprising to me, 6 100 yard games in 18 starts, can’t catch, can’t practice due to knee issues, can’t block and Drake is the guy Gase wanted.

    Landry would be a punch in the gut for me, I love that guy. I know Carroo is Gases guy as well, but Landry (along with Wake) has been the heart of that team since he got there.

  7. Bears. If the price is a 3, trade the 3.

    First.. the Bears don’t have a 3 (Trubisky). 2nd, why would you give up a pick that high for a player you can sign for nothing in 4 months.

  8. English writing and comprehension class. Get one.
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    They probably don’t teach that in our schools anymore.

  9. “atomicwaste says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:57 am

    Bears. If the price is a 3, trade the 3.”

    Bears don’t have a 3rd or 4th in ’18… doubt Landry is an option for them.

  10. I don’t understand what the Dolphins are doing here. You Lost your season because you lost your QB before the season even started and his replacement was a guy who had retired and was getting ready for his 2nd career. So why give away all the talent on the Team for 1 bad season?

    For NFL fans who keep wondering why certain teams are just better year in and year out, well it’s because those teams aren’t overly reactionary after a lost season.

  11. Bills have 6 picks in the first 3 rounds… I’d offer a 3rd to see if they take it.

    By the way, if gases makes a bad coaching decision, does he trade himself for not putting forth the effort ?

  12. The Ajayi trade was not as surprising to me, 6 100 yard games in 18 starts, can’t catch, can’t practice due to knee issues, can’t block and Drake is the guy Gase wanted.

    Good god, last year all we heard about is how good he was from you fans, now he wasn’t that good?
    Gase knows he’s in over his head now he’s freaking out…

  13. I don’t think the Dolphins like Jarvis Landry. I thought they wanted to get rid of him earlier. Landry has a ton of talent. The Cowboys could use a guy like him to compliment their other WRs. I’m not a big fan of overpaying for WRs, so I wouldn’t give away the house.

  14. terrytateofficelb says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:56 am
    Chiefs have $3.5M in cap space, Landry is a $1M cap hit…. would be a nice compliment to cheetah!
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    I thought the cheetah was in New England? Oh that’s right it’s cheater, not cheetah!

  15. Landry is an excellent receiver… a bit of a hot head, but has great hands and route running skills. He would be a fit almost anywhere he goes in the league. Ninety percent of the league is still searching for a receiver with his credentials… I am surprised there isn’t a team that was willing to fork over a 3rd round draft pick weeks ago. Receivers are a dime a dozen in the draft, but they are also hit or miss in the third round. So why not make that move and solidify your slot receiver position for years to come?

  16. The coaches spent more time calming down Landry and Ajayi on the sidelines when they pout than coaching them up. This was apparent weeks and weeks and weeks ago. Anyone that knows football knew that those two were not playing well enough to be that crazy.

  17. Gase is not currying any favor among players by specifically ripping them. Don’t know who’s gonna go there to play for him, knowing that. He might not be wrong – but players aren’t big fans of being throw under the bus in public. Those are/were the two most talented players on offense…so good luck.

  18. The Ajayi trade was not as surprising to me, 6 100 yard games in 18 starts, can’t catch, can’t practice due to knee issues, can’t block and Drake is the guy Gase wanted.

    Good god, last year all we heard about is how good he was from you fans, now he wasn’t that good?
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    So at that time, when he was racking up 3 200 yard games and getting in the record book while the Dolphins were making the playoffs, yes you herd fans saying how good he was.

    NOW, he’s not practicing due to knee issues, he’s dropping balls left and right, he’s missing protections…. do you see how that works or do you need an instruction manual?

  19. EJ says:
    October 31, 2017 at 11:21 am
    terrytateofficelb says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:56 am
    Chiefs have $3.5M in cap space, Landry is a $1M cap hit…. would be a nice compliment to cheetah!
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    I thought the cheetah was in New England? Oh that’s right it’s cheater, not cheetah!

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    Gosh, I hope you guys have held onto some head space for yourselves after renting that much to the Patriots.

  20. 87hollywoodhorn says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:50 am
    bruh that is not many yards a catch i woulda thought cxutler woulda been slanging that rock better tahn rag arm tannyhill

    finjim1020 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:54 am
    Tannehill has a strong arm. Learn the game.

    …and spelling, grammar, punctuation, and even english.

  21. Conflicting reports that Dolphins told Landry that he will not be traded just this morning….of course that’s coming from Josina Anderson and ESPN so take that with a grain of salt.

  22. 87hollywoodhorn says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:50 am
    bruh that is not many yards a catch i woulda thought cxutler woulda been slanging that rock better tahn rag arm tannyhill

    Hey 87hollywoodhorn do you know how to speak English ? GOOD LORD !!!

  23. terrytateofficelb says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:56 am
    Chiefs have $3.5M in cap space, Landry is a $1M cap hit…. would be a nice compliment to cheetah!

    Yeah but Chiefs need d line and linebacker help more than wr

  24. Why is everyone saying a 3rd round pick for him? He’s going to give the ‘Phins a 3rd round comp pick if they just keep him on the roster and let him go. At a minimum it’s a second round choice.

    Either he’s a one year rental costing you the drop from your 2nd round to the comp pick in the third you get or he’s a 2nd round pick plus the cap space of signing him to a long term deal. This trade doesn’t make sense except for a few win-now teams.

    I’m honestly surprised Philly didn’t lump together Landry and Ajayi plus the Dolphins 2nd for their 1st and 6th round selections.

  25. On paper he’s productive but with a lot of targets. He’s one of the slowest slot receivers in the league and just does not create a lot of separation. I predicted this during preseason and very few agreed. The Dolphins need some speed at this position to pick up 1st downs and not just a few yards.

  26. I wouldn’t be surprised if New England at least calls to see if Dolphins are willing to deal with them. There is history with Mike Tanenbaum and Belechick. Also, Patriots are in need of a receiver and Landry’s skills set is something that they usually like.

  27. Juice was a second round pick. I think he’s lived up to it.
    Miami is going to look for a second or player swap. No second pick, no trade.
    If he leaves via free agency that’s going to be a #3 comp pick for Miami. Otherwise will be tagged

  28. Dolphins will not Trade Landry. Jay Ajayi was a different story… Lamar Miller was replaced with Jay and stayed the same if not slightly better and now Kenyan Drake will replace him with no difference. The O-Line is so pathetic, it does not matter. The question is can anyone Block! RB or WR?????

  29. If Laundry does get shipped it better not be to the White Walkers up there in cheat town or it’s over for everybody. They have acquired a nice little pick to deal. Other than that I love Juice.

  30. Landry is a good receiver, but I am not a fan. The only person in the league who looks more ‘roided out is Cushing. He is one urinalysis away from a suspension. He also throws big tantrums.

  31. harrisonhits2 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:57 am
    Fins are raising the white flag on the season. Pathetic since its only half way over.
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    More like they are getting rid of guys who won’t work the right way. Maybe Landry has been one of those guys this year, maybe not. One thing is certain, his trade value will not be higher than it is right now. I like his fire but he has had some stupid penalties and the showboat first down crap just looks childish–especially when the Dolphins are getting spanked on the scoreboard. Landry is a fan favorite but I think that is mainly because he runs hard. Caroo can play the slot but likely not as well as Landry. Honestly I’m kinda tired of watching 3 yard passes (or less) to Landry on 3rd and 10. Landry is good, not great. He makes circus one hand catches in pre-game yet manages to drop some easy balls that end drives. Overall I like him but won’t be despondent if he does get traded.

  32. Good. Everyone is expendable. Every. Single. Player. If Gase thinks he can pull a McDermott, then I’m all for it. What did we have to lose, another season mired in mediocrity? Go for broke.

  33. finjim1020 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 10:54 am
    Tannehill has a strong arm. Learn the game.

    ive played every position studied the greats and was smooth on that field. i know what im talking abt when i say tannyhill has one of the weakest arms of a modern qb whos held a gig down this long.

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