Report: Ravens show interest in Jarvis Landry

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The Browns reportedly have closed the door on a reunion with free agent Jarvis Landry, but the receiver might not be done with the AFC North yet.

The Ravens are interested in Landry, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.

Landry visited the Saints before the draft, but New Orleans selected receiver Chris Olave in the first round. So, that likely leaves Landry looking elsewhere.

The Ravens traded Hollywood Brown to the Cardinals during the draft, and they didn’t select a receiver, leaving Baltimore in need at the position.

The Browns cut Landry on March 14, and he has remained a free agent since. He was scheduled to make $15.1 million in salary and bonuses while carrying a salary-cap hit of $16.38 million in 2022, the final year of his contract with the Browns.

Landry, 29, had 52 receptions for 570 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games last season. In four seasons in Cleveland, he made 288 catches for 3,560 yards and 15 touchdowns.

21 responses to “Report: Ravens show interest in Jarvis Landry

  1. Problem is, Jarvis wants $20 Mil, the Ravens don’t have the cap space. Whoever gets him will get a tough guy and great leader.

  2. Perfect fit but doubt landry will wanna play for what the ravens are able to pay. They have a couple moves they could make to create space but are right up against the cap.

  3. And for those 3,500 yards and 15 TD’s, he made over $60 million. Guys got heart, skills, less so. $4 million per TD is good work if you can find it.

  4. He’ll really enjoy a running back throwing him the football

  5. Jarvis is phenomenal at crack back blocks. He ended Aaron Williams career on one. I’m sure he’ll be the perfect WR for Lamar.

  6. It’s a great place to go if you want to collect a check for watching your team run.

  7. Sportrac has his predicted contract at $12 mil a year and Julio Jones at $13 mil a year. The Ravens certainly have the cap space to sign either player. The need a vet in their WR room, and either one of the two would be a great fit.

  8. Biggest problem is definitely cap space, then the question of whether or not he hates the Greg Roman offense. He would be an ideal fit. Tough, works hard, makes clutch receptions. Reminds me of a more athletic Boldin.

  9. Would love to see him continue his career somewhere that has a chance in the playoffs. But nowhere near at his asking price. It’s almost mid May and he’s still not signed. Take a cheap deal and ball out!

  10. Landry has a inflated sense of self worth. Many of these receivers do. Mike Williams is not worth 20 million, neither is Christian Kirk. Number 2’s getting paid like number 1’s is laughable. Ravens just dumped Browns cause they didn’t want to pay him, why would they want to go and pick up an older, less upside, injury prone guy in Landry?

  11. 2006ravensd says:
    May 10, 2022 at 7:22 am
    Biggest problem is definitely cap space, then the question of whether or not he hates the Greg Roman offense. He would be an ideal fit. Tough, works hard, makes clutch receptions. Reminds me of a more athletic Boldin.
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    I agree that he would be a good fit but he is not Anquan Boldin. Not even close.

  12. Landry will not sign with the Ravens. The Ravens will either uncover a gem, someone on their roster will step up, or a receiver on the downside of their career will sign late this summer. Catching 33 passes is not what Landry is looking for.

  13. This guy torpedoed Baker’s career after his BFF OBJ left Cleveland.

  14. The Ravens respect all free agents, but don’t bid against themselves when the cap is at stake. Landry probably already has a number from the Ravens. And the offer will remain good until the Ravens sign someone else.
    It’s just business and it’s just how the Ravens operate.

  15. I wonder when reality will set in that the Browns are the best option and he’s not going to get close to $20 a year?

  16. Ravens just need to find a Qb that can throw the ball with any consistency. Not hating, just a fact. Lamar is exciting and more of runner than passer.

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