There was once a time when Jarvis Landry was considered one of the NFL's top receivers, an elite YAC monster who caught anything in his general vicinity. Those days are long past. Landry has not been particularly good while with the Cleveland Browns, and his salary far outmatched his production. Landry's 2021 season in particular was disappointing; the five-time Pro Bowler missed four games due to injury and managed only 52 catches on 87 targets for 570 yards and two touchdowns.

Last year was an "everything goes wrong" season for the Browns, but Landry's numbers have declined in each of the last three seasons. He is entering the final year of his contract and went on Twitter today to inform the masses that he battled through injury all year, told the Browns he still wants to be there, and then addressed the possibility that he will not be in Cleveland next season.

Landry is not exactly trying to tweet his way off the team, but it is rarely a good sign when a player brings up potential job changes unprompted. He is due $14 million in salary next season but has a dead cap of only $1.5 million, making a move easy for the Browns. Financially, it is clearly in their best interest to move on, but that would leave the receiver room very thin in Cleveland.