Jarvis Landry is on the trading block.
Shortly after the Browns agreed to acquire wide receiver Amari Cooper in a trade with the Cowboys, the Browns also gave Landry permission to seek a trade, according to multiple reports.
With Cooper slated to cost $20 million against the Browns’ salary cap, the $16.4 million cap hit for Landry is apparently more than the Browns are willing to spend at the wide receiver position.
Last year Landry missed five games and had career-low numbers of 52 catches for 570 yards and two touchdowns. Whether the Browns can find any takers for his big contract remains to be seen.