Jarvis Landry said he’s at peace with the trade that will send him to the Browns.
“You know what, man? I’ve had great people in my corner — my entire family, a couple of mentors of mine,” Landry said, via a video posted by the Sun-Sentinel. “[I was] just working through the process, just trying to enjoy it. As stressful as it may seem, I try to take joy [in it].
“I’m happy. I can live with what’s happened because I know I gave my all [to the Dolphins] all the time.”
The wide receiver denied he orchestrated the trade to the Browns, though the Dolphins had given him permission to seek a trade.
“It just kind of worked out that way,” Landry said.
Landry was scheduled to become a free agent until the Dolphins used the franchise tag on him. Miami received a fourth-round pick in 2018 — No. 123 overall — and a seventh-round pick in 2019 as compensation.
“Once I played my four years, a lot of things were out of my control,” Landry said. “So the four years that I did have to have the opportunity to play for the Miami Dolphins, I left it all there. I don’t have any regrets about that.”
Landry, 25, made 400 catches for 4,038 yards and 22 touchdowns in his four-year career with the Dolphins.
“I’m excited. I’m excited about the next chapter in my life,” Landry said.