Browns sign WR Jarvis Landry to 5-year extension, report says

Landry hoped to get a long-term deal from the Dolphins but instead signed a franchise tag last month before promptly being traded.

Jarvis Landry apparently finally has the deal he was after.

The Browns are finalizing a long-term contract extension with the fifth-year wide receiver that averages about $15 million per year, ESPN first reported Thursday.

According to NFL Insider Ian Rapoport, who cited unidentified sources, Landry agreed to terms on a five-year contract worth $75.5 million with $47 million guaranteed.

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Landry had hoped to get a long-term deal from the Dolphins but instead signed a franchise tag with the team last month before promptly being traded to the Browns, who sent two draft picks to Miami. The deal was for a fourth-round selection in 2018 and a seventh-round selection in 2019.

Landry, 25, had 112 catches for 987 yards and nine touchdowns last season. He has been named to three Pro Bowls in four NFL seasons and caught more than 100 passes twice without ever catching fewer than 84 in a season.