Trades can't be official until March 14, the first day of the new league year.
Jarvis Landry has been all over the place this offseason.
Moving forward, the Browns will have Landry and, in a ideal world, an available Josh Gordon.
Not only have the two sides allegedly agreed to the blockbuster trade, but the Browns reportedly are working on the next step to keep Landry in Cleveland long term. Despite that, the Dolphins are trading their three-time Pro Bowl receiver.
He signed a $16 million, one-year franchise tag Thursday with Miami, clearing the path for a trade.
It was initially reported shortly after season's end that Landry and the Dolphins were only a million or so apart but that was quickly proven false.
Cleveland is $113 million under the salary cap and was expected to seek an impact receiver in free agency.
Cleveland still needs to decide what to do with Josh Gordon as well.
Landry instantaneously makes Cleveland better as he'll make defenses honest.
Landry just completed the four-year contract he signed as a rookie. However, his 987 receiving yards in 2017 was one of the lowest totals for any wideout catching 100 or more passes in a season.
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