Someone appears to be a little salty after being traded to the Cleveland Browns. Jarvis Landry stated that he believes the Browns quarterbacks are a lot better than what he had with the Miami Dolphins. He even went on to say how Ryan Tannehill never held workouts with his receivers during the offseason, but this is absolutely false as Landry participated in one of those workouts with Tannehill last year.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Jarvis Landry thinks Browns QBs are “a lot better than what I had in Miami” – ProFootballTalk
Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry said recently that he considers himself the best receiver in the NFL and he believes that Cleveland has the right pieces in place to help him prove that point.
Miami Dolphins' offensive strategy to get better remains a mystery | Miami Herald
Football teams love to talk about their 'philosophy,' their map to get from here to really good. But do the Dolphins have that? A philosophy that is working? Miami's curious offerseason has underlined doubts about that.
Dolphins Running Backs
Miami Dolphins believe they could have three RBs who can play all three downs | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — The Dolphins are entering the home stretch of their offseason workouts, days away from R&R, but already, a common thread is emanating from the training facility that could have a major impact on what we see this fall.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Fastest Miami Dolphin debate roars on. Will it be settled? | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — The Miami Dolphins have the potential to be one of the fastest offenses in the NFL this season. What this has led to is an exhaustive debate that permeates the locker room and the practice fields.
Ex-first rounder Anthony has chance for career reset in Miami | Miami Herald
Might Stephone Anthony finally become the player the Saints thought he was when they made him a first-round pick? The Dolphins are giving him a shot.
Dolphins Special Teams
Miami Dolphins’ Darren Rizzi: Kicking battle is even; Raekwon McMillan still on special teams | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — A day after Jason Sanders was perfect on field-goal tries, Greg Joseph had four misses during Dolphins mini-camp. Don’t read too much into that, says Darren Rizzi, the special teams coordinator and associate head coach.
Miami Dolphins cancel final day of minicamp practice - NFL.com
The Miami Dolphins are giving their players a break from mandatory minicamp. The team announced Thursday it canceled the final day of minicamp practice along with media availability.
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New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman suspended four games for PEDs according to report - The Phinsider
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