Jarvis Landry added to Pro Bowl roster, replacing DeAndre Hopkins

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The NFL added Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry to the AFC’s Pro Bowl roster Tuesday, replacing Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Hopkins missed the first game of his career in Week 17, sitting out with a calf injury.

Landry will finish his season in the Pro Bowl for a third consecutive season.

Paul Warfield (1970-74), Mark Duper (1983-84, 1986) and Mark Clayton (1984-86, 1988, 1991) are the only other receivers in team history to earn at least three Pro Bowl nods.

Landry led the NFL with 112 receptions this season, breaking his own single-season franchise record of 110 that he set in 2015.

11 responses to “Jarvis Landry added to Pro Bowl roster, replacing DeAndre Hopkins

  1. charliecharger says:

    January 9, 2018 at 4:44 pm

    I’d love to see the Raiders trade for this guy. I don’t think he’s appreciated in Miami. Gruden would love him.
    He’s appreciated but his costly stupidity is despised. Good player, not great. Majority of targets equates to lots of catches but his production isn’t very good. Led league in receptions yet failed to reach 1000 yards…not easy to do in today’s NFL.

  2. Miami should keep him but under the premise that he learns to control his emotions regarding penalties and celebrations after a simple 1st down.
    With RT back the WR results in Miami will be much better in 18

  3. Is the transition tag still a thing? Get a 2nd for this guy.

    A good player, but really limited and would be addition by subtraction for Miami since they’ll throw the ball down field instead of forcing him screens.

  4. Bell had the same yardage with 24 or 26 less receptions. I think hes overrated… shoot he cost his team valuable yardage all year on his tantrums. Why would we pay this dude a huge salary???

  5. Landry’s outbursts need to be contained.
    222 passes caught in 2 years. You’re not gonna get that from Parker.
    Not from potential slot replacements Grant or Carroo.
    Contract year and he did what he was supposed to, catch short passes.
    The only bright spot on offense, besides maybe Drake.
    Stills regressed, Parker never blossomed, Gase faves Thomas and Cutler were FAILs, Tunsil didn’t play like a #1 and Pouncey wasn’t nearly the same dominant player.

    Frustration has clearly set in.
    We invested enough draft picks into our WR corps, sign Jarvis, and spend the draft picks elsewhere.

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